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2015 Resolution: Save for a House?

Many people make New Year’s Resolutions as the calendar flips from December 31st to January 1st. Often times, at the top of the list (along with trimming the waist line) is saving money and paying down debt. Many people...

Building the Buyer and Seller Relationship

Buyer and seller use of a real estate agent in the process of buying or selling a home remains at a historical high. On the buying side, 88 percent of buyers purchased a home while using a real estate...

Black Friday: A Holiday in Itself to Some Shoppers

Black Friday, for some shoppers, is a holiday in itself. Deals are scouted out in advance, with a schedule drawn up of where to shop based on store openings. Vehicles are arranged strategically, in order to hold on to...

Thanksgiving: Home for Hosting — Or Maybe Just Dining Out

The American Dream of homeownership is not only about a financial investment, it’s about a place to call home. The number one reason 24 percent of buyers buy a home is the desire to own a home of their...

Multi-Generational Housing: A Multi-Faceted Issue

This long-form article was written by Jessica Lautz, Director of  Member and Consumer Survey Research, for the Richard J Rosenthal Center for Real Estate Studies at REALTOR® University and is used here with their kind permission.  It first appeared in the...