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Building managers and owners should consider reviewing their operational strategies in light of the virus, experts say.
Here are five simple things you can do to help curb power costs.
While loosening up on evictions and appraisal requirements, the mortgage financing giants want to make it clear they’re not easing up on everything.
Follow the guidelines of your city, county, and state governments, and practice with caution, experts advise.
One electronic notary predicts processing $100 billion in transactions this year—up from $10 billion last year.
Answers to the once-a-decade survey will be used to allocate federal support to states as they recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Remind your community, clients, and colleagues.
The new Paycheck Protection Program, funded under the $2 trillion stimulus package, will offer funding to small-business owners and independent contractors affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
A new study predicts how the pandemic could influence mobility, housing inequality, and the number of sight-unseen transactions.
Landlords have reportedly asked medical professionals fighting the COVID-19 pandemic to vacate their rental properties out of fear that the virus will spread within their buildings.
Home buyer sentiment remains resilient despite the COVID-19 global pandemic, new survey results suggest.
It’s become more important lately to look great on video chats. To make the best impression, focus on backgrounds, lighting and the room’s acoustics.
Reports are growing over landlords or short-term rental hosts canceling reservations when they find out the person is a medical professional.
Realtors partnered with the Census Bureau to be advocates for the 2020 Census. An accurate count for your area helps guarantee political representation and more money.
The coronavirus has dealt a financial blow to millions of Americans and now April’s bills are coming due – but reach out to lenders and others for help.
The nationwide property data provider says it’s launched a building permit database with up-to-date information for more than 200M residential and commercial properties.
Small businesses and sole proprietors can submit applications starting Friday, and independent contractors can apply starting on April 10. Employers who maintain minimum payroll levels and employees (at least 75% of their average) are eligible for...
Scammers love stressed people in need, and they’ve deployed a range of spoofing and other tactics that offer financial aid to panicked homeowners.
Lenders says Congress’ $2T stimulus package allows homeowners to postpone mortgage payments for a year – but they still have to pay that debt to their investors.
Appearance counts when selling homes, but “appearance” includes the things customers see in the background if you sell property from home via webinars and FaceTime.
Home prices were rising at a faster pace in Jan., up 3.1% year-to-year but also up 2.8% month-to-month – a sign of solid demand before the COVID-19 outbreak.