Homes For Sale: Ghosts Included

Homes For Sale: Ghosts Included

Homes For Sale: Ghosts Included Some home sellers and real estate professionals are using Halloween to market the “haunted home” reputation of their listing. And for fodder, here are some of the spookiest listings for sale across the country, according to...
Cities, States Pull Back on Infrastructure Spending

Cities, States Pull Back on Infrastructure Spending

Cities, States Pull Back on Infrastructure Spending U.S. cities and states are decreasing their spending on everything from highways and police stations, to sewage systems, which could have widespread effects on the economies of communities, The Wall Street Journal...
Fewer New Home Choices for First-Timers

Fewer New Home Choices for First-Timers

Fewer New Home Choices for First-Timers First-time buyers are struggling to find affordable options in the new-home market. Sales of low-priced new homes dropped in September, with just 2 percent of all new home sales at $150,000, the U.S. Commerce Department reports....
Help Your Clients Avoid a Plumbing Nightmare

Help Your Clients Avoid a Plumbing Nightmare

Help Your Clients Avoid a Plumbing Nightmare Plumbing problems can become a disaster if they’re not spotted early enough. A small leak, for instance, can grow quickly, with water leaking all over the hardwood floors. And the cleanup can be expensive. You can...
Overcrowded Cities Mix Housing With Business

Overcrowded Cities Mix Housing With Business

Overcrowded Cities Mix Housing With Business Land is growing scarcer and pricier in some of this country’s most sought-after cities, and more developers are responding by combining commercial and residential spaces. In New York, for example, “it’s getting harder...