How FCC Plan to End Net Neutrality Hurts You

NAR says that without a “neutral online playing field,” real estate companies, multiple listing services, and…

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How to Handle Internet Trolls

Respond to rude comments online or angry customer complaints with these four tips that will help salvage a sale, relationship, or your name…

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Know Your Home’s Earthquake Risk

Half of the world’s population lives near active earthquake faults, and some may not even know it.

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Where Owners Forget to Lock Their Doors

These regions are more prone to burglaries, considering the amount of homeowners who forget to lock their doors.

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6 Outdated Features in Your Clients’ Homes

Home buyers say they want the latest design trends in their next property—but 70 percent admit to having items in their current house that…

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Freddie Rejoins Low-Income Housing Program

The mortgage giant has announced it will restart its efforts to invest in a program that incentivizes investors to support affordable housing.

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Homeowners, Appraisers Getting On Same Page

Their views on home values are gradually aligning after rapid run-ups in prices caused their opinions to become misaligned in recent years.

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Lift in Housing Starts Indicates Inventory Relief

As they near their postrecession high, experts say new single-family and multifamily projects will help meet consumer demand.

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The Most Affordable Ski Towns

Home buyers who want a home in a wintertime resort can find budget-friendly options in these locales.

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Yelp: You Can’t Ask Customers for Reviews

The popular business review site says you must get feedback more organically or risk being demoted in its search results.

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