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Suzanne De Vita

Suzanne De Vita is RISMedia’s Online Associate Editor and social butterfly. Exceptionally vocal, she’s often found belting “The Star-Spangled Banner” or chanting Roll Tide! at her television. When she’s not being a busy blogger bee, she spends her time among barnyard animals, listening to The Temptations and devouring Cajun cuisine.

Coined by Verl Workman, moderator of RISMedia’s recent webinar “Yes, You Can List 100 Homes a Year!” and founder and CEO of Workman Success Systems,...

Despite the continuous cycle that drives housing, there’s one commodity, arguably more valuable than any other, which remains impervious to the ebbs...

Prospective homebuyers may see a few more weeks of near-zero mortgage rates following news that the Federal Reserve will maintain its current interest...

It’s no secret staging has become synonymous with selling a home. A staged home can boost perceived value by as much as 10 percent, according to listing...

A historic Virginia home located at 2511 Hanover Avenue in Richmond. (All photos courtesy of Wanda Fears, Long and Foster Real Estate) Eyeing the area...

With housing on a steady path to recovery, home prices have risen approximately 20 percent in the last three years, according to the Federal Housing Finance...

Based on data from the OECD Better Life Index, homeownership in the U.S. can lead to higher levels of subjective well-being. Translation: homeownership...

Cruising along the winding roads of Old Greenwich and nearby Riverside, Conn., one senses the rows of homes, spaced on lots less than a half-acre, parallel...

This gives new meaning to the term “groundbreaking.” While the rest of us struggle to recycle junk mail, a select few are saving the planet by constructing...

Retirement goals have shifted for many since the recession, with one major asset hanging in the balance – housing. Though a burgeoning segment of boomers...