Residential Real Estate
Two model homes being showcased at this week’s International Builders’ Show try to offer solutions to some of today’s biggest challenges: sustainability and the difficulty of “trading up” as your family changes.
Federal antitrust prosecutors have asked the judge overseeing a lawsuit against Massachusetts’ main multiple-listings service to reject a proposed settlement in the case, arguing instead that buyers should be the only ones to pay their agents’ commissions. The filing...
or any number of reasons, U.S.-born workers have been reluctant to join the construction workforce, leading to consistent labor shortages and rising wages – meaning the prices of new housing is going up, too.
Recent cyberattacks against national mortgage lenders and title insurance companies serve as a reminder that real estate-related firms have become major targets of online criminals.
The Biden administration wants to make residential real estate transactions more transparent by unmasking the owners of certain all-cash purchases.
The new president of the National Association of Realtors declared that the traditional rules of agent commissions are “going to change” in the wake of a $1.78 billion verdict against NAR and several prominent brokerages.
Only 9,770 single-family homes sold statewide in 2023, the fewest since 2011 when 9,649 changed hands.
Scrap tires have been recycled for years into building products like flooring, infill decking and septic system drain fields. But they’re not the only thing. From coal ash to washed-up seaweed, our homes help reduce and reuse.
The New Hampshire Association of Realtors’ parent trade group hasn’t just suffered multiple reputational black eyes in the last six months. Commission lawsuits threaten to blow up its finances, too.
Good real estate agents go to great lengths to bring a deal to fruition. And much of what they do is behind the scenes, so you’ll never see it. And you think they don’t earn their commissions?