Archived Newsfeed May 2019
Home shoppers signed 1.5% fewer contracts to buy existing homes in April compared with March, according to the National Association of Realtors' Pending Home Sales Index.
Here, we talk to agents about some of the most petty issues that can sabotage a home sale.
Sales of previously-owned homes in the US shrank again in April, driven by weakness in the northeastern and southern regions of the country and following on from the previous month’s drop that was the biggest in more than three years.
A sizable drop in mortgage interest rates didn't do much to help home sales in April, as high prices and tight supply at the low end of the market continued to sideline buyers.
Real estate investing has jumped to the forefront as a way to not just save for the future but also generate cash flow and grow wealth.
How can you potentially limit a plumbing disaster? Here are some helpful tips that you can apply to protect your home:
The nation's homebuilders are reporting a rebound in sales, and that's making them more optimistic about the housing market.
Taking out a six-figure loan is one of the most complicated and substantial financial transactions most people will ever make. Does it really make sense to handle it by pushing a few buttons on your smartphone?
Millennials have hugely unrealistic expectations about when and how much they will inherit, according to new research.
Making your adorable abode work long-term isn't an impossible task. Here's how to make your cramped space function for you.
Over half of American homeowners had their heart set on a renovation project. Getting the job done is one thing, but staying in budget and protecting your biggest investment is a different story.
It may be the heart of the spring housing season, but the mortgage market isn't seeing big business.