Candidates often talk about “making sure there is enough money for local infrastructure.” But what does that really mean to you as a homeowner?
Most people who take out a loan to buy a home choose the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. It’s considered the gold standard. And yet, some want to see it go away.
Right now, the home insurance industry is experiencing what many refer to as a disruption because of the data smart devices can provide them.
There are a lot of different routes for first-time homebuyers to enter the housing market – and many of those roads are designed to help them traverse the sometimes craggily path toward homeownership.
Veterans are discovering that real estate investing, or house flipping, is a career path that is well matched with the skill sets they learned in the military.
These three questions will help you find out if your REALTOR® is armed with the knowledge you want behind you during the homebuying process.
Some homeowners in northeastern Connecticut have been experiencing their own personal earthquakes as faulty home foundations fail underfoot.
In the past year, the city of San Jose has completely re-written its zoning code to include co-living as a use within the code.
The number of available units at the end of October 2019 was 10,302, down from 11,428 in October 2018
Teachers and other public servants who are starting a job for the first time look for a place to live close to their work and find they can’t afford to live there.
The new reform bill will lower premiums and give Florida homeowners greater flexibility when purchasing home insurance.
Voters in both Madison and Triana approved a property tax hike to the millage rate of 12 mills by a whopping 71-29 margin.