Ask any agent, broker or constituent in real estate: There are challenges facing the Multiple Listing Service.
A discussion on the future of the MLS—what it can be, and what it should be—hosted by the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) recently illuminated those issues, and strived for solutions.
“An MLS should be [...]
A Southern California real estate professional perished tragically in the mudslides last week, one of more than 15 victims of the latest catastrophe to strike the state.
Rebecca Riskin, of Riskin Partners in Montecito—known as the “first lady of luxury real estate”—was killed as a result of the ensuing flood and [...]
On April 11, 1968, President Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act into law. This marked an important and historic change in our nation's commitment to property rights, recognizing that property rights should not be abridged because of discrimination based on race, color, national origin or religion. In later years, the [...]
Confidence in housing was subdued in December in the Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index® (HPSI), derived from Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey® (NHS). The HPSI overall posted 85.8 in December, two percentage points lower than the month prior.
“Consumers remained cautious in their housing outlook at the end of 2017, [...]
Demand and home prices are increasing, but that has yet to keep homebuyers out of the market. Here is how they did it:
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