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.
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.
Mortgage delinquencies are down but foreclosures are up, making it difficult to answer the recurring question: Is the housing market getting any better?
You probably have a deep emotional connection to your home, but that could cost you money in the end. Here are three tips for detaching and moving on so you can get the best deal for your home.
New home sales were down a bit in December, indicating a continued slump in the housing market.
Some homes need more staging assistance than others. Here are a few tips for getting your abode in top shape for buyers.
An inch is an inch is an inch. Or, so you’d think. But when it comes to measuring the square footage of a property, it’s not quite that simple.
No matter how good your real estate agent may be, it can pay to get involved in the sales process yourself. Creating an owner’s manual can be a great way to win over potential buyers.
Here’s some real estate advice about why you should consider listing your home during the holidays, or even in January.
Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, here are five things you should know about real estate disclosures.