By Jameson Doris After purchasing a house, learning that your new home has a grisly past would be a real-life nightmare for most people. For horror movie fans and those interested in the macabre, these homes are sought out for photos and bragging rights that you actually saw the haunted house. However, despite drawing the public's interest, residences that have inspired...

According to Georg Gerstenfeld, vice president and general manager of DocuSign's Global Real Estate Solutions Group, everybody has their own DocuSign story. A leader in eSignature and workflow management, DocuSign's Onboarding Success Manager Alex Faulkner and Justin Engelland—senior director of Industry & Segment Marketing, Real Estate—joined Gerstenfeld...

By Liz Dominguez While the immediate danger is gone and hurricane season is winding down, individuals in the affected areas are still working through a recovering market. Most residents of hurricane-prone areas expect storms to hit, but the buyer and seller population may not be familiar with the ramifications of a hurricane that disrupts a real estate transaction. Here's...

By Liz Dominguez The mortgage process can be complicated if you jump in without any prior knowledge on home-buying and lending. The best tool you can arm yourself with is an understanding of how your mortgage interest rate is calculated. Credit can make or break you.  Your credit score will determine how reliable you are in the lending world. The higher your score,...

In the following video spotlights, San Diego-based Z Team Real Estate Co-Owner Jesse Zagorsky discusses the online leads his company receives from realtor.com®, and how the data presented on the site supports agents’ success through its accuracy and accessibility. Region Served: San Diego, Calif.
Years in Business: 10+
Number of Homes Sold: Over 500

The season of spook is upon us! For a little fun, we've rounded up a series of spooky seats for you to rest your backside on as you count your candy and cackle - muahahaha! Meat Seat

Cannibalism is trending right now, according to a slew of cannibal-themed films release this year. Feast your eyes on this merry meat seat, made from paper, wood and wax.

Everyone knows location is the most important part of real estate. You can't change where your house is (all things being equal). You have to consider school districts, crime rates, commute times—the list goes on and on. It can be much simpler when you're considering buying a home to compare apples to apples so you can see how the real estate market differs according...

The annual Trick-or-Treat Index from Zillow puts San Francisco in the sweet spot: No. 1 for trick-or-treaters. Analysts at Zillow began with the Zillow Home Value Index (ZHVI), concocting a formula that includes home values, how close homes are in proximity to each other, and the share of 10-year-olds (and younger) in a given market. Bubble, bubble… "Searching...

By Liz Dominguez Last month, Amazon announced the search for its second headquarters (HQ2). The online marketplace giant has not yet slipped about what city they are leaning towards. Perhaps a look at CEO Jeff Bezos' real estate investments will give us an inkling. Check out Bezos' current homes. Are any of these located in a city that fits the bill for HQ2? Bezos...

Would you ever live in a haunted home? A new survey from Realtor.com shows most folks won't shy away from a spooky space--so long as the price is right. In September, Realtor.com surveyed more than 1,000 online respondents. The verdict? Thirty-three percent were open to living in a haunted house, 25 percent might be, and 42 percent are not open to the idea. So what...