As prominent New York developer Sharif El-Gamal recovers from the coronavirus, he says that agents need to wait out the storm as best they can.
As shelter-in-place orders remain, Americans are spending significantly more on utilities. Here’s how you can save money.
The Chicago-based brokerage is giving back to the community through its charitable arm Good Will Network.
Meant to honor health and emergency workers amid the crisis, the latest display of lights at New York City’s most iconic property didn’t land quite as expected.
With a total of $4.7 million raised in two years, the St. Louis-based company is aiming to win the market for outsourced transaction coordination. While its software can be used for free by agents and brokerages, the company charges for use of a designated transaction coordination.
Luxury agent says housing data supports an optimistic outlook for residential real estate.
The New York City-based trade group has a new hub that breaks down details about the stimulus package, as well as government and local resources.
The federal mortgage servicers recently joined Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in offering alternatives to traditional appraisals and employment verifications.
You may think it’s absurd to call for an April Fools’ moratorium. Nothing about this situation is funny, and now is not the time. With the level of misinformation out there, why in the world would we want to dedicate a day to perpetuating bad information?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly mulling a rollback of the state and local tax (SALT) deduction cap implemented by changes to the tax code under President Trump.