Existing-Home Sales Kick Off Strong Spring
After dismal numbers in February, home sales were back on track in March, surging in all four major U.S. regions, NAR reports.
‘Love It or List It’ Couple Sues Over Reno
A couple who appeared on an episode of the HGTV show says producers hired contractors who left their home’s flooring “irreparably damaged.”
Dorms for Adults Is a Trend Gaining Steam
So-called coliving apartment complexes feature shared kitchens and lounges for potluck dinners and movie nights. Is this a lasting trends for young adults seeking affordable housing?
7 Start-Ups Aiming to Change Real Estate
You’ll want to watch the companies in NAR’s 2016 REach class as they try to improve the transaction process and make a big splash in the industry.
Fewer New Homes in the Pipeline
Construction on multifamily and single-family homes got off to a slow start in spring, dipping to the lowest level since last fall.
Buyers Not Taking Advantage of Low Rates
Higher home prices and stiffer competition keep buyers at bay, even as mortgage rates hover near yearly lows.
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