5 Things to Check Out Before Relocating for Retirement

Retirement is the perfect time to relocate for many of us. Not being tied down to a particular location anymore makes relocation a real possibility. Most retirees stay put in the same location because they’ve built a network of friends and acquaintances over many years. However, some retirees take a chance and move to a different city, state or even overseas. read more
7 Tips to Get the Best Mortgage

As the real estate market begins to perk up, many people find themselves in a good position to start looking for a home. Even though interest […] read more

Builders Hike Their Prices

After a slowdown in the summer months, builders are starting to feel more confident and are raising their home prices again, a new survey shows…. read more

Real Estate Lien Information

A real estate lien attaches to a home’s title and prevents the homeowner from enjoying a clear title until the debt that initiated the lien is paid off and the creditor removes the lien. Because liens attach to property, a piece of real estate can carry a lien after being transferred to a new owner. This isn’t common, however, as buyers typically prefer to purchase homes with clear titles to avoid paying the previous owner’s debts. read more

Getting the Most Out of Your Remodel Dollars in 2014

Check out this article…what do you think the rest of this year will bring? read more
3 ways to set buyer expectations for a smooth offer process

In an industry where Murphy’s Law seems to reign supreme, anything that can go wrong most certainly will. Unfortunately, some of the shows on television paint a picture for home purchasers that they will look at three homes, pick the one they want and — “Lights, camera, action!” — they are happily moved into their new home and get it for the price they want … read more

Can One Home Insurance Claim Bump Up Your Annual Premium?

Depending on where you live, filing even one claim can push your annual insurance premium up 20%. read more
Do You Understand Income Tax Considerations of Rental Properties?

A rental property can generate “taxable losses” that can be used to reduce your normal salary income. read more

What Is a Real Estate Mutual Fund?

A real estate mutual fund is a type of investment made up of securities, usually stocks, of companies that purchase real estate with money collected from investors. Factors affecting the return of real estate mutual funds include the real estate market in general, housing starts, residential and commercial vacancy rates and interest rates. read more

The Tale of Reeling In a Big One

The story of how Richard Hodos, a senior retail broker at CBRE, brokered the $400 million deal in the 711 Fifth Ave. building, owned by Coca-Cola Co., is getting a lot of buzz in the New York commercial real estate business. read more

Home Design Amps Up Happiness

Eighty-seven percent of 6,000 survey respondents recently said that their home design influences their overall happiness. read more

5 Best Celebrity Cities (Besides L.A. and NYC)

Do you get starstruck? In these cities, you definitely will. read more

White Rooms That Wow

There is something so extraordinarily stunning about a cool white… read more
NAR’s Exisiting Home Sales Report [INFOGRAPHIC]

Take a look at this infographic! read more

America’s Wealthiest Own How Much Land?!

The rich still have a big appetite for land. Find out who the top 8 landowners in the country are and how much they have. read more