First time buyers should have an easier time this year

First-time home buyers can expect an easier home shopping experience this spring, as market conditions shift in their favor. Entry-level home values are growing at their slowest pace since mid-2016, giving first-time home shoppers a little more breathing room during the home search process, according to RealEstate.com’s Entry-Level Market Report. At the same time, inventory

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Analysis shows Chicago is the easiest place to save for a down payment

If you’re struggling to save up for a down payment on your first home, you could do a lot worse than move to Chicago, where it’s possible to do so within just three years, according to a new analysis from RealEstate.com.

Zillow launches RealEstate.com for first-time buyers

Zillow is launching another new real estate-focused website tailored specifically for first-time buyers, many of whom it says are millennials.

10 Great Google+ Pages for Real Estate Professionals

Looking for some great Google+ page in the real estate industry? Here are 10 Google+ pages in the real estate industry to check out to see how you can get more out of Google+. RealEstate.com RealEstate.com offers to provide information with the latest and greatest tips to make home buying and selling as effortless as

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RealEstate.com Cashes Out for $8.2 Million

In technology news, Market Leader, an online marketing and technology company, has just acquired RealEstate.com for $8.25 million. The deal included the RealEstate.com domain, website, the network, some 250 + brokerages who participate, patents, and many other domain names, according to the news.

What to Do With Bug Ugly Real Estate Sites: Part I

Anyone would think massively successful real estate entities on the web could afford the very best digital engagement. And they can, they just somehow don’t see fit to offer gripping aesthetics, a real conversation, and true value to visitors – at least not their best efforts. This begs the question; “Should Google factor in aesthetics and social media engagement where relevance is concerned?” Maybe Google + will?

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