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By Anica Oaks Gauging a potential fixer-upper is a complicated undertaking that requires experience, knowledge and good judgment to know the difference...

By Lizzie Weakley Investing in and buying a new home is a major milestone in most people's lives. When you make the decision to move forward with purchasing...

By Kara Masterson Choosing the right neighborhood is a concern that no prospective homeowner can ignore. From commute times to safety and security, knowing...

Spring weather is right around the corner, and the markets are already heating up. For buyers, that could mean an increase in competition, more multiple-offer...

By Brooke Chaplan If you've decided to place your home on the market, you likely want it to sell as quickly as possible. Partially, this is for your own...

By Wendy Dessler Most people take great pride in making their home more appealing, and homeowners can spend hundreds or thousands each year on improvements...

If you're buying new this year, your choice in homes may skew slightly smaller. That's because, according to the National Association of Home Builders...

Most real estate reports tell you where to move—those locations that have the highest affordability levels, low crime rates, great education, etc. But...

Live in Southern California? Newly married? There's a pretty good chance you're in a less-than-ideal area for where you currently find yourself in life....

By Elizabeth La Riva With the holidays over, heading into the coldest months of the year, many people might assume that now is a terrible time to buy...