Tiny Homes Are Making a Bigger Mark

Tiny Homes Are Making a Bigger Mark

Tiny Homes Are Making a Bigger Mark   Tiny houses are trending bigger nationwide. Interest in small-home living among the public has gained momentum since the recession, and made some Americans crave a simpler, less expensive way to live, according to U.S. News...
6 Household Chores to Tackle Now

6 Household Chores to Tackle Now

6 Household Chores to Tackle Now   While spring is a popular time to tidy up a home, there is also summer cleaning to be done. Before summer winds down completely, your clients may want to take on a few chores around the house, particularly before the cold...
Real Estate Top Investing Choice, Survey Finds

Real Estate Top Investing Choice, Survey Finds

Real Estate Top Investing Choice, Survey Finds (TNS)—Given the recent record highs in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index and the Dow Jones industrial average, you might think Americans would feel excited about the future of the stock market. But you’d be wrong, a...
Millennials Want Suburbs That Feel Like a City

Millennials Want Suburbs That Feel Like a City

Millennials Want Suburbs That Feel Like a City Millennials may be drawn from pricey city centers to the less expensive suburbs, but nonetheless say they want a suburb that still has the look and feel of a big city in some ways. Some suburbs are finding means to cater...
How to Avoid Identity Theft When Moving

How to Avoid Identity Theft When Moving

How to Avoid Identity Theft When Moving Here are some tips you can share with clients to make their next move safer. The moving process can make your clients more vulnerable to identity theft and other forms of fraud, since often personal financial information...
States With the Highest, Lowest Energy Bills

States With the Highest, Lowest Energy Bills

States With the Highest, Lowest Energy Bills The month of July tends to produce the highest monthly energy bills for consumers, according to the personal finance website WalletHub. But where you live has a lot to do with how much energy bills will bite you’re your...
The Pros and Cons of Low Mortgage Rates

The Pros and Cons of Low Mortgage Rates

The Pros and Cons of Low Mortgage Rates Many economists saw their predictions of higher interest rates and stronger economic growth shattered this year, mainly due to global economic uncertainty which was then heightened by June’s Brexit vote in the U.K....
5-Step Checklist to Spruce Up a Backyard

5-Step Checklist to Spruce Up a Backyard

5-Step Checklist to Spruce Up a Backyard   Amber Freda, a landscape designer in New York, recently shared with The New York Times a checklist that can make it easier for your clients to decorate their home’s outdoor space. Some of her tips include: 1....
The 7 Healthiest Cities in the U.S.

The 7 Healthiest Cities in the U.S.

The 7 Healthiest Cities in the U.S.   How physically fit is your city? NerdWallet analyzed the 50 largest metros in the U.S. to find the ones that are the most physically fit. To arrive at its rankings, NerdWallet factored in the percentage of residents at a...
Should Buyers Make Offers on Multiple Homes at Once?

Should Buyers Make Offers on Multiple Homes at Once?

Should Buyers Make Offers on Multiple Homes at Once? Bidding wars are brewing across the country as a limited number of homes for sale has home buyers getting competitive. Indeed, 51 percent of nearly 800 real estate professionals with the Redfin brokerage reported...