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You don’t need seven figures in your bank account to buy a house in certain seaside locales.
Some cities are taking up ordinances that would prohibit being denied housing based on a criminal conviction.
The right improvements could trim energy costs by up to 35% annually, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Those who are utilizing these aid programs often have little to nothing invested in the down payment of their house purchase. This has some housing analysts concerned.
The phrase is being used by real estate pros to describe problematic spaces that turn off buyers.
“All parties fully understand the important role the FHA program plays in helping middle-class Americans access home financing, and this resolution allows the parties to move ahead together,” says a mediator in the case.
Industry looks for more ways to improve indoor air quality for health-conscious homeowners.
While both sexes need more education on loan options, women in particular aren't shopping around enough for savings, a new study says.
A new trend is emerging in the tiny-home movement—and it's making an even bigger splash.
Some of the biggest fads today could make homes harder to sell tomorrow, agents warn.
NAR analysis: In Fla., the real estate business makes up 21.9% of the state's GSP. Each sale generates $21.4K for the industry and $4.2K for other businesses.
Closed-up indoor air gets polluted with lead, dust mites, radon, pests, carbon monoxide, pet dander and mold, which kicks up demand for air purification systems.
The rental-home scam ruins vacations and hurts owners who must turn families away, but they're almost common now on sites like Craigslist and even Zillow.
A Fla. law approved this spring allows smokable marijuana. How does this impact your real estate business? Your neighborhood? Find out at Florida Realtors Aug. convention.
It takes 10 years for Opportunity Zone tax breaks to fully kick in, and while commercial buildings aren't going anywhere, business investors worry about internal and external influences that could keep them from hitting that 10-year mark.
The House Financial Services Committee voted Wed. to advance a flood insurance bill to the full House for a vote. The current bill would extend the program five years, increase mitigation tools, revise the scope of mapping, update new technology and...
A growing number of aging boomers aren't downsizing, choosing instead to remain in the sprawling house where they raised kids and created long-ago memories.
Two bills await a signature. If signed, the impact fee bill specifies how fee money can be used; the permit one requires fees to be published on local websites.
While an economic slowdown seems possible, commercial polled don't appear fazed and anticipate significant investment money from China, Canada and even Mexico.
Tiny-home buyers increasingly favor bigger models, and they're upgrading cabinetry and finishes, which boost prices closer to those for a single-family home.