77 percent of Americans think that now is a good time to sell a home, a new record high.
Using bright outdoor lights, LED lights instead of candles, and friction tape on steps to prevent slips will help make Halloween safer for everyone.
American property owners and communities are more concerned about the environment than ever before, and consumer inclinations for walkable communities and energy-efficient homes are on the rise.
Younger Americans are entering the real estate industry; 29 percent of REALTORS® have less than two years of experience.
A new study from the National Association of REALTORS® found a decline in the number of foreign homebuyers in the U.S. as well as the total sales volume.
Keeping a home spic and span can be a time and energy consuming process. However, there are many ways to get and keep a home immaculately clean without breaking a sweat.
Having a ‘swoon-worthy’ room in your home that can be shown off on Instagram is almost as important as actually enjoying the space.
According to a recent NAR study, a majority of Americans believe that homeownership is good for our nation’s communities.
Thirty-five percent of REALTORS® have seen an increase in the number of international buyers in commercial real estate.
Homeownership is still the best way most Americans to build wealth, support the national and local economies and create stable communities.