If you were poised to buy your first home at the start of 2020, the spread of COVID-19 and the resulting shelter-in-place orders may have caused you to hit the pause button.
The National Association of REALTORS has put together a new training video to help members understand what implicit bias is and how to overcome it.
Before you pick up your shovel and hoe, you’ll want to check with local ordinances to make sure your victory garden isn’t in violation of zoning laws.
While no one can be certain how things will go as we reopen, there are 3 positive market indicators suggesting an optimistic future for homeowners.
Now that we’re getting back to a semblance of normalcy, homeowners are ready to put their houses on the market, post haste.
Even though paying your homeowner’s insurance may not always feel like a priority, canceling or defaulting on your property insurance can create trouble.
New reports reveal another fast-growing group of homebuyers: single women.
Homeowners that felt the switch to solar power too expensive are now able to make the move thanks to new energy policies.
Renters have been protected during the pandemic from being evicted, but individual landlords who rent homes as a small business are suffering.
There is no time like the present for Louisiana homeowners to start thinking about how to plan to protect yourself and your home for hurricane season.
Euclid City Council is considering a new ordinance that would eliminate the escrow component for the city’s point of sale policy, making it a little easier on the wallets of potential homeowners.
How Milwaukee homeowners that are short on funds can prevent maintenance issues from turning into critical repairs.