Home searches have started earlier and earlier in the year for each of the past five years, but 2019 was the first time January really stood out.
As the baby boomer generation is reaching retirement, they have something different in mind when it comes to housing options.
If you’re considering a move to hopefully find some breathing room, these 7 underpriced cities have all the same great perks to offer with a significantly friendlier price tag.
Those who rely on the National Flood Insurance Program to cover potential losses from a natural disaster are breathing a sigh of relief, albeit a temporary one.
In December 2017, Congress passed a massive tax reform billed call the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). A few aspects of the TCJA affect homeowners and the tax incentives for owning a home.
Winter offers some unique advantages to homebuyers. Here are three of the top reasons why the off-season can actually be a great time to explore the market.
The employment boom in Massachusetts is making it harder for new and existing residents to find available and affordable homes to buy.
Because of the way Kansas’ tax laws are written, many Kansas property owners are paying more in taxes due to changes to the federal tax law that President Trump signed in 2017.
There were a total of 2,995 home sales in Kansas last month, compared to 2,660 units in December 2018.
If the vote would have passed, a special election would have convened in December in the proposed areas to be annexed to see if residents there would have been willing to become part of Mobile.
The property tax war in Philadelphia is still peaking, and there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight.
Some homeowners in northeastern Connecticut have been experiencing their own personal earthquakes as faulty home foundations fail underfoot.