Monday
November 24, 2014

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 11/14/2014
    For what you pay in the nation’s priciest housing market for an average four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, you could buy 30 of those same type of houses in the most affordable housing market.
  • 11/14/2014
    Media giant News Corp has officially completed its acquisition of Move, Inc., firming up its stake in the online real estate arena and tying its name to the REALTOR® brand.
  • 11/13/2014
    Markets where rents are rising rapidly are seeing less home-improvement activity, translating to rental properties that aren't being upgraded or properly maintained, suggests a new study.
  • 11/13/2014
    Police are warning real estate professionals in Massachusetts' South Coast region to be wary of suspicious phone calls after more than a dozen were placed to agents from a man posing as a potential buyer.
  • 11/13/2014
    BofA CEO Brian T. Moynihan says the lending giant has no plans to loosen mortgage standards, even as federal regulators seek to extend financing to more home buyers.
  • 11/13/2014
    In October, foreclosures posted the biggest monthly gains since the peak of the crisis in 2010, but find out why housing analysts aren't forecasting doom and gloom for the market.
  • 11/13/2014
    Employment growth often fuels strong housing markets. Forbes.com takes a look at the biggest job-growth areas, which could provide insight into some of real estate's biggest future players.
  • 11/13/2014
    Using Millennials to reinvigorate communities; no property protection under state marijuana laws; avoiding getting conned in construction projects. These are a few of the top tips we took from the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in New Orleans last week. We're bringing you everything from the convention that can help your business.
  • 11/12/2014
    Stable mortgage rates and new rules that make it easier to get a loan are beginning to attract home buyers back to the market after a long absence.
  • 11/12/2014
    While mortgage applications for refinancings and home purchases showed little change last week, one government-backed loan continues to bring customers in.