Dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s: How to avoid disasters after closing

Dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s: How to avoid disasters after closing


There is a recipe for disaster involving agents, buyers, and sellers that every agent... read more
This week in Houston real estate: Post office redevelopment, influx of educated workers, and more

This week in Houston real estate: Post office redevelopment, influx of educated workers, and more


Plans unveiled for longstanding post office building Downtown’s Barbara Jordan Post Office, originally opened... read more
Mortgage market update 6-21

Mortgage market update 6-21


Weekly loan applications decline marginally The number of applications filed for a new home... read more
May home sales improve as market forces stabilize

May home sales improve as market forces stabilize


Existing-home sales finally grew in May after two months of downbeat reports, according to... read more
Real estate in brief: Investors, interest rates and more

Real estate in brief: Investors, interest rates and more


Investors claim growing share of US home sales Despite still-growing prices that have exceeded... read more
NAR survey adds to bullish case for home sales

NAR survey adds to bullish case for home sales


Optimism struck in the second quarter of 2019 with 73 percent of Americans saying... read more
Fed leaves interest rates unchanged, but is no longer ‘patient’

Fed leaves interest rates unchanged, but is no longer ‘patient’


The Federal Reserve announced June 19 that it would not make changes to targets... read more
Housing starts take a downward turn while building permits increase

Housing starts take a downward turn while building permits increase


Numbers released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing... read more
5 unexpected ways real estate agents can use chatbots

5 unexpected ways real estate agents can use chatbots


Back when chatbots first gained traction in 2016, most people thought they’d never engage... read more