The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index (HPI) released Tuesday presented solid evidence that the housing recovery continued during May.
Imagine how frustrated you’d be to find out that the hot water heater wasn’t working – in the middle of your very first shower in your new home!
This, among other very good reasons, is why you should have a home inspection before you buy your home.
New home sales surpassed expectations and consumer sentiment rose for July; these readings among others suggest that the economy continued to improve and that consumer confidence in the economy improved as well.
If you are applying for a mortgage to buy a home, doing your homework in advance before you submit the application means that you will stand a better chance of getting accepted at a desirable mortgage rate.
One of the biggest improvements that you can make to your home is to bring in more natural light.
According to the National Association of REALTORSÂ®, national sales of existing homes in June came in at 5.08 million.
If you have purchased a new home and are going to move in soon, what are the first few things that you will need to do upon moving into your new home?
Last week’s economic news was a mixed bag with retail sales and housing starts coming in lower than expected, but home builder confidence in housing markets increased.
Anyone would be shocked and feel violated after coming home to a ransacked house. Burglars look for specific things when choosing a home to break into, and many homeowners are basically inviting criminals through the front door.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) / Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) rose in July.