New year, new goals!
Looking to buy a home? 2017 may be your year!
Take a lesson from the experts!
As the new year arrives, so do new house design trends...
New year, new home!
Use these tips to make your house hunt less stressful!
Financially independent women are rapidly moving into the real estate market.
Millennials may have some obstacles in their path to becoming a homeowner, but that is not deterring them.
Need inspiration to start your house hunt?
Do you now what home renovation projects have the best return on investment?
New homes coming soon to help meet high demand!
Millennials are helping U.S. homeownership bounce back up!
Get one step closer to your "forever home."
The sale prices on the house market continue to rise!
Find out a smart way to market your home!
Find the right neighborhood for you with a few simple guidelines...
In a new report, first-time buyers made up 35 percent of home buyers!
When is the the least expensive time to buy your dream home? Think cold!
The appreciation rate is at a fast pace and high demand on the house market is sparking "bidding wars."
It is not too late for sellers on the market to benefit from the high buyer demand.
First-time buyers are predicted to return to the housing market this spring.
A recent study by Trulia shows that homebuyers are generally no longer interested in "McMansions."
New housing data released this week shows an increase in closed sales for August.
Part of the home buying process is moving, and part of the moving process is organizing, packing and getting rid of your unneeded stuff. It's not very glamorous, but so important.
There’s a transit movement underfoot and you still have time to learn what it is all about before Election Day Nov. 8.
Consumers are three times more likely to buy if their parents are homeowners.
Recent study shows that millennials and recent college grads should look at Indianapolis.
What to consider when contemplating a DIY project.
What do the latest local housing numbers mean for your search?
There is some anecdotal thought that with housing inventory so tight, families with kids are the group whose house hunt is taking the longest. Now there may be research to back that up.