Monday
February 8, 2016

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 05/30/2014
    “Buying near the beach is one of the best ways to ensure a property will appreciate in value,” says a spokesperson for RealtyTrac, which compiled the list of top beach-town housing markets. 
  • 05/30/2014
    Help sellers transform an ordinary yard into the ultimate retreat or entertaining space this summer.
  • 05/29/2014
    The number of single-family homes for sale is on the rise along with home prices, indicating a “healthier real estate marketplace than a year ago and strong seller confidence,” according to realtor.com®’s National Housing Trend Report.
  • 05/29/2014
    The National Association of REALTORS®' latest overview of the commercial market's four main sectors shows where they're likely heading into 2015.
  • 05/29/2014
    The energy boom states continue to have some of the most-improved housing markets, with North Dakota and Wyoming leading the pack, according to Freddie Mac’s latest housing indicator.
  • 05/29/2014
    Toll Brothers, the nation's largest luxury homebuilder, reported that it has more than doubled its quarterly earnings with the sale of more homes at higher prices during the second quarter ending April 30.
  • 05/29/2014
    The market share for built-to-rent single-family homes is showing signs of declining from its post-recession highs, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
  • 05/29/2014
    Identifying, assessing, and minimizing a property's environmental risks has become more complicated in light of several recent developments.
  • 05/28/2014
    It’s a scenario playing out throughout the country: The top 1 percent of the housing market is booming, while the rest of the market has been sluggish, according to a new report.
  • 05/28/2014
    "The current situation on measuring standards is totally unacceptable," according to the chair of an international coalition of real estate organizations that plans to soon announce a single measurement system for the global office market.