Real estate professionals who earn $100,000 or more per year show quite a few differences in how they do their job and the technology they use compared to real estate professionals who make $30,000 to $50,000 a year, according to a new survey conducted by InmanNext, a Web site operated by Inman News.
More people are flocking to the South, according to a list from Penske Truck Rental on the top moving destinations from last year.
Atlanta once again tops the list, which was compiled through online consumer truck rental reservations by Penske from 2011.
More builders are raising the bar when it comes to greater energy efficiency in homes. The new-home industry is using it as a lure to attract buyers, but they’re also, in some cases, being forced to adopt more stringent state energy code standards for new residences.
Do you want to increase buyer traffic at your next open house? Instead of just a flyer or e-mail blast announcing the event, try to give buyers more reason to come out and tour the home.
The late singer’s New Jersey mansion, where she once lived with ex Bobby Brown, is listed for sale at a reduced price of $1.75 million.
The five-bedroom, 12,561-square-foot home has been listed for sale since 2009, but has lingered on the market. Originally, the price for the home was listed at $2.5 million.
Tax time is nearing and once more rumors are circulating on the Internet and by e-mail that the health care reform law enacted two years ago includes a 3.8 percent transfer tax on real estate starting in 2013. That rumor is not true; NAR has material available to you to explain how that 3.8 percent tax works.