There's only one thing more satisfying than shoveling warm, delicious, nap-inducing Thanksgiving food into your pie-hole. What's that, you ask? Blowing it up into smithereens. This year, Century 21 Real Estate is celebrating Turkey Day a little bit differently - by polling their social media followers about their...

Save for a few juice bars whipping up olive-colored potions, most big cities fall short in the green department. For newcomers, and especially those moving from beyond a metro area, a lack of plant life can be a real downer. To combat those concrete jungle blues, pretend your apartment isn’t spatially-challenged and start a garden. Playing with dirt oddly alleviates...

For the first time since its launch in 2007, the NYTimes Real Estate app was finally given a facelift. The redesign went live on Monday of this week, with the main goal of “modernizing the user experience” to create a more “stream-centric experience.” Though the app’s former version also included news articles from the Times’ real estate section, these...

“If I had five minutes to chop down a tree, I’d spend the first three sharpening my axe.”
-Abraham Lincoln Preparedness in anything can greatly increase our effectiveness and chance for success. In real estate, the same holds true. When the time comes to hire a REALTOR® that's prepared to assist you in selling or buying your home, what should you expect?...

This blog was contributed by Home Advisor. When investing in countertops for your kitchen, you should first consider how much cooking -- and what type of cooking -- you’ll be doing. Are you a master chef with a wide array of kitchen tools, or do you prefer to cook everything in the microwave or oven? Countertops vary widely, which influences the total cost of a...

For those in real estate, November means one thing: seasonal marketing, and lots of it. Rather than inundate your clients with emails and postcards, show your appreciation this Thanksgiving with a gesture of gratitude. Whether you’re planning to check in via pop-by or phone call, build a better client relationship with these budget-friendly gifts.

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Dynamic content, a responsive social media presence and an all-inclusive mobile experience were all hot topics at RISMedia’s Power Broker Forum held last week at the 2014 REALTORS® Conference & Expo held in New Orleans. The panel entitled “Power Broker Strategies for Enhancing the Consumer Experience,” provided a marco level approach for empowering and...

For those who are interested in making a profit after buying a property, flipping houses is a common practice that works to improve and update a structure before selling your home for a higher value. Many people find that the time and effort put into the property can be a challenge, but can have a large payoff. Flipping houses is now considered a practical way to...

While chatting with Amanda Zuckerman, lead broker for MV Realty in Delray Beach, Fla., it quickly becomes obvious that she’s not the villain reality TV made her out to be. Zuckerman, best known for her stint on the controversial 15th season of Big Brother, is extremely down to earth and personable – the kind of person you’d want to throw back a beer or two...

There are many questions homeowners ask themselves during the selling process. "How much will my home sell for?"  "How much should I list my home for?"  "Who should I select as a real estate agent to sell my home?"  "What if the real estate agent overprices my home?"  Last but not least, "Is this a good time to be selling a home?" is also a very common question...