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  • Should you hire a real estate attorney or Realtor?

    Q: We bought a house four years ago in Oklahoma and ended up renting it out after we moved out of state. After renting the house for two years, the current tenants want to buy it and we have no clue what to do. Should we hire a real estate attorney or...
  • California home sales fall in January; prices still up

    California home sales were down last month, plunging to the lowest level seen in January in seven years in the San Francisco Bay area, a research firm said Wednesday. But prices are still up over the same period last year. An estimated 25,325 new and...
  • Report shows dip in single-family home prices

    The median price for a Glendale home in January was slightly lower than the same time last year, while the first month of 2015 saw the second lowest number of homes sold in the past 12 months, according to the latest real estate report. The median price...
  • Homebuilder confidence slides in February

    U.S. homebuilders say sales prospects and buyer traffic fell slightly this month. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index released Tuesday slipped to 55 in February from 57 in January. Despite the decline,...
  • Lake Bluff house with ties to Civil War veteran could be torn down

    Lake Bluff house with ties to Civil War veteran could be torn down
    A Lake Bluff home with ties to a Civil War colonel could be named a historical landmark after a developer proposed buying the house to tear down and replace with two new ones. The Lake Bluff Historic Preservation Commission punted to their April meeting...
  • Cassius Cash begins job as new superintendent of Smokies

    Growing up in Memphis, the son of a homicide detective and a cosmetologist, Cassius Cash didn't dream of one day being the superintendent of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He was set, instead, on being a doctor. As a pre-med student in biology...
  • Do heart math to figure out home's potential

    The house has potential. Every time I hear those words, a story follows that has more ups and downs than the New York skyline. The word potential alone is dubious, as in that kid has potential, that relationship has potential, that job has potential....
  • Starter homes hovering on the brink of extinction

    Starter homes hovering on the brink of extinction
    The dodo bird. The passenger pigeon. The stegosaurus. The starter home? Yes, that icon of American life — that unadorned but cherished "first house" that builders have churned out for decades, starting at the end of World War II for returning...
  • January cooler than usual for Orlando housing market

    January cooler than usual for Orlando housing market
    The Metro Orlando housing market experienced its seasonal cooling-down period in January, with prices and sales down from the previous month, according to new numbers from Orlando Regional Realtors Association. January prices almost invariably tick...
  • How to afford college without going broke

    How to afford college without going broke
    If you think understanding higher education costs is confusing, you're not alone. Many students don't pay the full tuition rate, and at some schools almost nobody does. Housing plans vary by amenities and location. Tuition and fees can be higher in...
  • Peninsula home sales surge in January

    Peninsula home sales surge in January
    The Peninsula housing market is showing more signs of recovery, and home sellers may be at an advantage. Virginia Beach-based Real Estate Information Network Inc.(REIN), a firm that tracks and researches housing trends across Hampton Roads,...