NAR, Labor Officials Meet to Pave Path for Future of AHPs

The association says it’s committed to supporting the Department of Labor's efforts to fendsoff legal challenges to its association health plan rule.


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How You Might Be Sabotaging Your Lawn Appeal

A lush lawn can help improve a home’s aesthetics, if homeowners avoid these two common mistakes.


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Gen Z: They’re Not Too Young to Buy a Home

Those born in 1995 or after are taking out more credit and increasingly eyeing homeownership.


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Builders Are Lowering Prices: Will It Be Enough?

Homebuilders are starting to lower their prices to better cater to growing demand for smaller, more affordable homes.


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Agent Parodies Garth Brooks' ‘Friends in Low Places’

“My inspector goes to low places …” real estate pro Sean Cochran croons in a spoof on Garth Brooks’ 1990s hit song.


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Mortgage Rates Hover Near Record Lows

Borrowing costs remain low, and home buyers and homeowners are taking more notice.


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Where ‘Zombie’ Foreclosures Are Still Problematic

“A handful of areas still face notable problems with homes abandoned by owners after they get hit with foreclosure claims,” a new report finds.


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Kanye West’s Affordable Housing Under Scrutiny

The rapper has until Sept. 13 to bring his “dome-like” desert housing for low-income California residents up to code.


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The Cheapest and Priciest Places to Live in the U.S.

See how your city ranks among 75 metros when factoring in rent costs, average utility and internet costs, fuel prices, and food.


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20M Owners Could Lower Mortgage Payments by Refinancing

Homeowners could save nearly $270 per month from the recent drops in rates.


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