With all signs tilting toward a sellers’ market for the first time in years, it’s helpful for buyers to understand today’s seller.
Yes, you can get a gift from your parents to buy a house, but they can’t just leave it under your pillow like the Tooth Fairy.
'What a difference a year makes,' says Jed Kolko, Trulia’s chief economist.
For many buyers the neighborhood can be more important than house size when it comes to deciding where to live. What's your neighborhood like?
Moving cross-country can be stressful, particularly when you don’t know much about the city where you’re moving.
As the calendar flips into 2013, the bellwether California housing market is really showing signs of life.
It can be awfully tough to turn a vacation home into a money-maker, but it can be done.
Buyers will never find their perfect match if they don’t know it exists. And sometimes sellers have to get creative to make the connection.
There are a few things homeowners can do to make the refinance process go more smoothly.
When a real estate deal stalls, it’s time to get creative. Here are some ways buyers and sellers can compromise and get a deal done.