CoreLogic has announced the introduction of OnSite Plus, a property condition report that provides an overall condition rating constructed on a patent-pending algorithm and based on an inspection by a licensed real estate professional.
Advocates of using eminent domain to seize mortgages argued principal reduction was needed in a city where one in four of its homeowners are underwater, while bond investors warned the plan would make future home loans more expensive and scarce.
Statistics pulled from the National Association of Realtors and Florida Realtors show the median sales price on a single-family Miami-Dade County home rising 4% to $185,000 in the second quarter when compared to year-ago levels.
Sotheby's International Realty Affiliates LLC today announced the launch of its Extraordinary Living blog on sothebysrealty.com, designed to provide insights into a range of real estate and lifestyle topics.
U.S. homebuilder shares are appreciating at a record rate this year, reflecting confidence the housing rebound from a six-year slump can accelerate with new-home sales still 50 percent below the 40-year average.
It is estimated that there are 3.25 million mortgages that are at least three months past due or in foreclosure as of May. This number is down from last year and down from it’s peak of 4.25 million in 2010.
One perennial source of frustration for e-marketers is when a qualified prospect comes to your website, clicks on various pages and items, and leaves … without making a purchase. In the world of brick-and-mortar stores, this is called browsing. In the online world, it’s called a lost opportunity!
Chiles is treasurer of the Illinois Association of REALTORS® and a broker-associate with the Real Estate Group in Springfield. He was nominated for the post on the Radon Resistant Building Codes Task Force on July 26 by IAR President Loretta Alonzo, CRB, GRI, and Broker-Owner of Century 21 Alonzo & Associates in La Grange Park.
Google today expanded its search coverage for patents by adding millions of documents from the European Patent Office to Google Patents. Google's patent search tool went live all the way back in 2006, but only featured U.S.