When Retouching Listing Photos Goes Too Far
An Australian agent made headlines after recently posting photos of a home in Sydney that was notably missing the giant water tower that hovers over the property. The incident has raised the question: How far is too far in retouching property photos?
Closing Times Lengthen Again
The average time to close a loan in January climbed to 50 total days, up four days since new mortgage disclosure rules took effect in October. View a breakdown of closing averages based on loan type.
Builders Start 2016 on a Cautious Note
Homebuilding got off to a sluggish start in the new year, with builders increasingly concerned about the high cost and lack of availability of lots and labor.
Young Buyers Face Investor Competition
One underreported reason why first-time buyers are on the housing sidelines? Competition from investors.
Couple’s Home For Sale Without Them Knowing
A Tampa, Fla., couple, who had no plans to sell, says they were shocked when they found their home listed for sale online.
NY Goes Undercover to Expose Discrimination
The state of New York is launching a program that includes “testers” who will pose as prospective home buyers and renters to weed out housing discrimination offenses from sellers, landlords, and real estate agents.
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