Archived Newsfeed Aug 2016
Do rising office occupancy rates and booming residential development signify a revival in downtown Louisville?
It may seem hard to imagine but, yes, the cycle has spun around and in some markets there are bidding wars leaving buyers wondering, "What can I do to make my offer stand out?"
That guest room you had planned to shelter the occasional out-of-town guest might not stay a guest room for long.
Size matters, especially in housing, but preferences can change quickly, and that is the case today. Small is happening in a big way.
Drones are changing the way many industries operate — from the military, farming, insurance to real estate.
Welcome to our Louisville Real Estate Update for the month of June 2016.
The Greater Louisville Association of Realtors said today that home sales are still up in the Louisville area for the year despite a sales lull last month.
Spending on building supplies, gardening equipment rose 6.4% in July
With this handy map, we can quickly see where your Louisville real estate dollars go the farthest.
Some employees at UPS say if it wasn't for their job shipping packages, they wouldn't be able to get a degree.
Follow these easy tips to save you money on your insurance, energy bill, and more.
Rent Cafe, a nationwide apartment search website that helps people find apartments and homes across the U.S., lists Louisville as the sixth best city for rent friendliness, based on how much square footage you can rent for $1,500.
8-02-16 Rebuilding plot by plot: Metro Landbank Authority offers low-cost property to developers, nonprofits
The Landbank Authority, in concert with nonprofit and for-profit developers, is slowly working to rehabilitate the city’s vacant and abandoned properties.