September 11, 2017
A new survey suggests that homeowners who have decided to stay put in their current properties may soon be ready for a move.
State officials implemented the nation’s toughest standards for new developments after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. But they may need to rethink the rules again.
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Dozens of programs and private companies are emerging to act as co-borrowers for consumers by offering a down payment in return for a share of equity in the home.
The Houston Association of REALTORS® has launched a housing section on its website to help victims of Hurricane Harvey find a temporary place to live.
Property values are rising in areas where immigrants settle, a new analysis shows.
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Staging a listing contributes to receiving significantly higher offers from buyers, according to a new NAR survey.
We’re looking to interview real estate pros who are persevering through the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. What are you struggling with most as you get your business back on track and work with affected clients? Email REALTOR® Magazine senior editor Graham Wood at email@example.com.
Jacob Feichter started selling houses the year Amelia Earhart disappeared. But for this centenarian broker-owner, real estate never gets old. Watch his 100-year journey.
These 12 pointers will help brokers begin the planning process of opening up a new location.
Chuck Reed, an attorney and former mayor of San Jose, Calif., says litigation could force local governments to ease restrictions on real estate development.
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