There is currently a lot of misinformation floating around about mortgage debt forgiveness - let's examine the current policies on the topic.
Given the similarities in our systems, what were the differences between Canada and America that allowed one to crash and one to remain stable?
As the nation begins the slow march toward a housing recovery, all obstacles are put under a microscope - land availability for builders is no exception.
These advertising gaffes are real, hilarious, and sure to make you self conscious about your own marketing copy.
NAR reports that while pending home sales have fallen slightly for the month, annual gains continue to improve. Mortgage interest rates and inventory levels appear to be stifling the industry.
Advertising is hard work, especially for people without a spell checker or common sense. Below is proof, but be warned - you will laugh.
The real estate consuming public wants results. In the last half century they've simply not made even a small deal out of dual agency.
Although the number of markets that are considered to be improving fell 3.0 percent for the month, NAHB data supports that the dip is likely only a temporary hiccup.
Could simply eliminating asking prices on homes and allowing buyers dictate pricing make a difference in the real estate industry? Let us take a look at who really sets asking prices on homes.
Zero down loans are on the rebound on a small scale, but is it really such a horrible thing for the housing sector?
Everyone loves a good discount, and everyone knows that short sales go for less than a traditional resale home, but is it always possible to negotiate down a short sale?
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