Driverless cars likely to steer real estate decisions

Driverless cars could have substantial impact on real estate, affecting everything from how communities are designed and whether or not people are likely to age in place.

Real estate lessons from Harvey

Dramatic images from Hurricane Harvey of water up to homes’ rooflines make one wonder if the real estate market in Houston will ever recover.

Appraisers on the fate of appraisal management companies

The AMC model and its impact on the appraisal industry appears to be changing, as some banks announce plans to bring appraisal ordering back in-house.

Housing in Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath

Real estate agents work to find housing for those displaced by Hurricane Harvey.

Women’s Council of REALTORS®: Worth the price of membership

President Sherri Souza offers insight on why joining the organization is a great return on investment.

Real estate agents can help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

The flooding resulting from the category 4 hurricane that hit South Texas last Friday has caused catastrophic damage. Real estate agents who would like to help those affected by Harvey have a number of options.

Age-restricted communities: Good for clients and REALTORS®?

Over-55 communities are a niche market to be sure, but older buyers know exactly what they want in a home and community.

Rambo Halpern on his success as “The Bungalow Guy”

Rambo Halpern tagged himself with a slogan that fits his passion for the style of home he loves as a principal broker with Premiere Property Group in Portland, Ore.

Low real estate appraisal? Don’t panic, take action

REALTORS® are always concerned about low real estate appraisals and sometimes lose sleep over the possibility of unfavorable results.

How mortgage brokers can use social media marketing

If you think social media marketing isn’t as relevant or important for mortgage brokers as it is for real estate agents and others in the industry, think again.