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Foreclosures Rise as Banks Take More Action

Foreclosure activity rose last month by 4 percent, but it remains at the lowest level since 2007, RealtyTrac reports in its latest U.S. Foreclosure Market Report. Last month’s...

Census: More People Are Moving South

The population is shifting to the South. Between 2010 and 2013, 51 percent of the population increase in 52 major metro nationwide was in the South, according to U.S. Census Bureau...

More Subprime Mumblings Emerge

More lenders are jumping into the subprime loan market again, ready to give borrowers with flawed credit another shot at the housing market. “As the economic recovery continues, new...

Bitcoin More Than a Fad for Real Estate?

Bitcoin has been in real estate news a lot lately. Is it a flash in the pan, or is it something you should consider for your business? “We’re way past the fad stage,” says Alan...

Homes Are Getting Smarter, More Connected

Sixty-one percent of consumers say they’re interested in learning more about home automation, according to recent market research from the Consumer Electronic Association. Home...

More Than 3 Million Regained Equity in 2013

Home prices rebounded in 2013, helping more than 3 million home owners regain long-lost equity, according to CoreLogic’s latest MarketPulse report. “We’re encouraged by the...

Rental Vacancy Rate Lowest in More Than a Decade

The U.S. apartment vacancy rate fell to its lowest level in more than a decade during the third quarter, according to a new report by real estate research firm Reis Inc....

Study: $50 More Per Square Foot for Homes Near Good Schools

Home buyers are willing to pay a premium in order to live in a top-ranked school district, a new study finds. ...

More Brokerages Becoming One-Stop Shops

More real estate brokerages are trying to create a "one-stop real estate shop" for customers by adding extra services, according to an online survey of 200 real estate executives...

More Living Under Someone Else’s Roof

More Americans are squeezing under one roof, limiting household formation, and it's only getting worse...