Too often, getting a signed contract and putting your money into escrow is simply the beginning of what can become yet another round of negotiations. Here are five things every homebuyer and seller should know about last-minute credits.
Most people buy real estate hoping that homeownership will turn out to be a good investment. But increasing wealth doesn’t always come with buying. The same is also true for rent-to-own scenarios, where caution is also highly recommended.
On Super Tuesday, the White House took the opportunity to show what President Barack Obama wants to do to help responsible homeowners and support the housing market recovery by introducing two new measures. Here's what to make of it.
Too many potential real estate buyers pay way too much attention to short-term price changes. People are so worried that prices might drop a little and feel that maybe they should wait to buy something.
Currently, the median home value across the U.S. sits at $146,900. In light of that, here’s a snapshot of what homes for sale for $150,000 (plus or minus $5,000) in a few different cities.
Here's a look at the homes of presidents — present and past.
Is it OK to break up with your real estate agent? And if so, how can you gracefully end it? The answer depends on whether you’re working with an agent as a buyer or a seller.
In honor of New Orleans’ iconic holiday, we’re showcasing a few homes for sale within walking distance of the biggest parade routes and party spots — feathers and beads not included.
Even though eviction laws vary from state to state, and every situation is different, there are some things you can do if you find an eviction notice taped to your door.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re taking a peek past the high walls and security to see where some of the big stars — past and present — hole up with their significant others.