Love them or hate them, you're stuck with your neighbors. Knowing the people who live nearby can ensure the safety of your home, but being a nice neighbor also can be just the right thing to do.
Don't lose a home by making these common homebuying mistakes.
When it comes to buying a home, everyone knows that a home inspection is a must have. However, many checklists for home inspectors contain more than 1,600 features to assess, and some items may require a specialist for a more thorough evaluation.
Improved educational performance, higher civic participation, lower crime rates, and greater health remain the biggest social benefits linked to homeownership. Take a look at how homeownership impacts these areas.
At 15 million strong, the Latino community is of extreme importance to both California and the U.S. Take a look at what's driving homeownership within this segment.
Congress has introduced a tax reform bill in the House of Representatives that will disproportionately harm Californians. Among the many provisions in this tax reform bill is the elimination of state and local taxes they pay on their income. Take a look at how that could impact you.
Homeownership in the LGBT community has been on the rise since 2015, when the Supreme Court ruled to make same-sex marriage legal.
When buying a home, there is a lot to take into consideration. Often, buyers have to compromise and generally do not get everything on their wish list. Here are three items that REALTORS recommend buyers not compromise on.
Here are the top five most-common exterior renovation projects and how appealing they are to home buyers at resale.
Although home prices are up, selling a home isn't always a piece of cake. Here are four tips from REALTORS® that sellers should know.