A look at the smart home technology that’s helping seniors to safely live at home longer.
Tiny homes are providing shelter for frontline workers and those that need a safe, inexpensive space to quarantine in.
Airbnb owners need more relief if they’re going to outlast existing COVID-19 restrictions.
As students all over the country acclimate to a virtual classroom, huge broadband gaps in rural areas are exposed.
A look at which smart home devices are worth the investment for homeowners.
What will happen to property taxes in your area and nationally when the country returns to business as usual following the coronavirus pandemic?
More people are working from home because of COVID-19. Might that be a new normal? Multi-family developers are betting on it.
Homeowners and property rental companies are helping to provide temporary housing for health care and other essential workers.
Despite a reduction in real estate transactions because of COVID-19, sellers remain bullish with their sale prices.
New rules in New York are requiring real estate agents and brokers to be more direct and transparent with anti-discrimination laws for their clients.
A new report shows that the amount of available homes in Missoula is at an all-time low, prices are skyrocketing, and most buyers are being priced out.
Accessory dwelling units — or coach houses — on single-family lots with complete facilities for one or more persons, are gaining popularity again.
A look at how the recent halt on evictions and foreclosures in Massachusetts will impact the state because of residents who are unable to make payments.
Learn how seniors, the blind and individuals with disabilities living in CA can apply for a property tax postponement.
With New York the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, sprawling suburban areas might again be desirable as social distancing becomes the new normal.