Study: 90% of consumers used an agent in 2018

That’s the highest rate of consumers using an agent since the report’s inception in 2001 (when 81 percent of consumers used an agent) and a 5 percentage point increase from the last REAL Trends consumer study in 2014 (85 percent).

Study: 90% of consumers used an agent in 2018

That’s the highest rate of consumers using an agent since the report’s inception in 2001 (when 81 percent of consumers used an agent) and a 5 percentage point increase from the last REAL Trends consumer study in 2014 (85 percent).

San Francisco is mostly made up of $1M homes now

There are now only 15 neighborhoods left in the entire city where the median home value is below $1 million, according to a new analysis from property portal Trulia.

Home prices rose 0.3% in August

Seasonally adjusted home prices rose 0.3 percent month-over-month and 6.1 percent year-over-year in August, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

Real estate responds to Trump administration’s reported trans policy change

The report has already sparked protests and activism across the U.S. over concerns that such a policy change would lead to fewer protections against discrimination for the transgender community.

Real estate coach Tom Ferry’s tech suite is now available to all

Tom Ferry’s all-in-one tech suite The Hub, which includes the Contactually-developed Tom Ferry CRM is now available to all agents.

7 dryer vent facts every homeowner should know

Here are seven simple facts about dryer vents that can save your buyers time and money, from certified master inspector Cord Werner.

This $5.85M Miami mansion is bullet, fire and hurricane proof

It looks like a home ripped out a James Bond movie boasting a glimmering pool and an outdoor bar where you can order a Martini shaken, not stirred.

Nobody wants to buy Tom Hanks’ old houseboat

Tom Hanks’ former houseboat in Alameda, California’s Barnhill Marina is on the market for $600,000. So, why isn’t it attracting buyers?

Builder confidence in single-family home sales remains solid

The National Association of Home Builders’ index for newly built single-family homes rose 1 percentage point month-over-month to 68, continuing a five-month trend of scores in the high 60s.