CNBC to launch new reality real estate TV show, ‘The Deed’

CNBC announced the network is expanding its primetime lineup with the new original series “The Deed,” debuting Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. OK fellow agents, let me know your thoughts, have show producers lost their creative juices and keep reprocessing show concepts, or is this new show the next ratings buster …

Explore America’s Neighborhoods: French Quarter, New Orleans

Historic neighborhoods are primarily venerated for preserving a certain look and feel of the past. However, most of the architecture within these neighborhoods are quite homogenous, exemplifying Edwardian, Victorian or Colonial styles. Yet, New Orleans’ French Quarter dared to embrace different influences during its youth, transforming this neighborhood into an oasis of Spanish, French, Creole, […]

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Number of homeowners with insurance falling nationwide

Whether buying a beach house in Miami or cabin in Appalachia, you probably need homeowners insurance — but what kind? While you can skip over hurricane insurance in Appalachia, that’s not a nationwide trend, according to a new study …

Home flipping trends on the rise in Q2, Attom report shows

The trend of home flipping is increasing throughout the nation, according to a recent Attom Data Solutions report …

Redfin ranks the best NFL cities for pregaming on gameday

To kick off the football season, Redfin presents the best NFL cities for pregaming on gameday. After all, nothing beats heading to the stadium and cheering on your favorite team in person (while phones have made tracking your fantasy football team easi…

New Orleans housing: ‘A Tale of Two Cities’

Eleven years after Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans real estate market has become what Rick Haase, president of Latter & Blum, calls “a tale of two cities.” …

Housing demand isn’t met in most large metros, Trulia says

Home prices continue to climb as homebuilding stalls in adding enough supply to the stock. But like most things in real estate, whether or not a city can add enough volume to meet the incoming demand depends on location, location, location …

Zillow: millennial renters want roommates

Millennial renters are just fine with sharing a home, according to Zillow.

The number of millennials living alone has been declining since 2005, largely because of the rising cost of home prices and rent rates. According to a new report released by Zi…

Are you servicing a hurricane risk zone?

Agents and owners along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts beware: the total reconstruction cost for homes susceptible to storm damage is pricey — $1.5 trillion in 2016, according to a CoreLogic Storm Surge analysis …

Nightmare on Main Street: When natural disaster strikes home

On Aug. 23, 2005, the hurricanes at Pat O’Brien’s — the famed French Quarter watering hole — were flying off the bar. Few in the Sportsman’s Paradise had noticed the formation of small tropical depression germinating in the warm Atlantic Ocean waters that summer. Everyone in the Big Easy was enjoying life and letting the bon ton roulette (the good times roll) …