The cities beyond New York and San Francisco that are earning gay-friendly reputations.
However, a consumer bias toward manufactured housing may be standing in the way.
In about a dozen nondisclosure states, the amount of a home purchase isn’t made public.
Without an adaptable website, you could be missing out on leads from the increasing number of Americans that rely on their phones for internet access.
A Pennsylvania woman says officials in her town violated her privacy when accessing a private cemetery on her property.
The bank will reimburse thousands of California homeowners over a legal dispute involving unpaid, overdue interest on escrow accounts.
An unusual property called the “Haus Gables” in Atlanta has hit the market—but potential buyers will have to figure out how to get inside.
The era of real estate-focused reality television is encouraging too many homeowners to put aesthetics first, which may make it harder to sell in the future, experts say.
The association and other industry groups are concerned that a proposed rule enables the placement of antennas without owners’ consent.
“The purchasing power to buy a home has been bolstered by falling mortgage rates, and buyers are responding,” says NAR’s chief economist.