Earlier this month, we suggested it was a good idea to document your belongings as a precaution to any kind of disaster. The response to our story was overwhelmingly positive.
Documenting all of your belongings certainly may seem like an intimidating undertaking, but with the right assistance and resources it can be totally manageable.
Do “disaster investors” help or hinder communities hit by events like hurricanes, tornados, floods or wildfires?
It’s been a long-time coming, but new loan policies for condominiums are finally coming to fruition which will create more housing affordability for Americans.
In cities around the country, legal cannabis dispensaries are acting as a beacon – indicating that a neighborhood’s property values are, or soon will be, on the rise.
NAR has published a profile of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Home Buyers and Sellers for the first time in it’s history.
Voters in both Madison and Triana approved a property tax hike to the millage rate of 12 mills by a whopping 71-29 margin.
New Listings increased 1.5 percent to 1,316. Pending Sales were up 16 percent to 1,039. Inventory levels shrank 12 percent to 2,793 units.
There are never enough ways to say “thank you” to veterans of the armed services, but the Illinois Valley Fuller Center for Housing is hoping it has found another way.
High demand in this Florida county is creating a greater strain on the housing supply and home prices are trending upward.
In August, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a variety of bills into law that are designed to fix the state’s housing crunch.
After seven months of increased supply, central Ohio now has five months of year over year inventory decreases under its belt again this year.