Archived Newsfeed September 2017
U.S. new-home sales continued to fall in August, and the supply of available homes expanded.
After hitting a peak in March of this year, price gains month to month have been coming down.
If you think you missed the boat on making your move this year, we're here to tell you why buying and selling in the fall can work for you.
Those thinking about buying a home have probably heard all the tales of woe from other buyers out there; those stresses may be easing somewhat now that we're past the most competitive season for home buying.
Home sales numbers continue to defy the odds in the Louisville MLS.
If you’re looking for a few simple ways to enhance your home’s exterior, here are a few easy ideas to help you get started.
Seller financing -- also referred to as "seller take-backs" -- is a form of creative financing, however there is a risk.
After hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Community Development Block Grants could become more important than ever.
Ignore some of these signs and you may end up with major issues. We tell you which are normal and which are cause for concern.
With homeownership comes new responsibilities, including repair and maintenance expense.
Mortgage applications finally moved slightly higher last week, spurred by refinancers, as interest rates moved decisively lower.
In the wake of all the tragedy associated with Hurricane Harvey, and the devastation it continues to bring to Texas and the Gulf, many people have been wondering what they can do to protect their home from a flood.
For many people, the prospect of downsizing from a larger home to a smaller one can be quite the challenge.