Real estate franchise giant Keller Williams Realty has issued a statement advising its agents to oppose realtor.com’s new agent rating platform, AgentMatch, which uses sold data from multiple listing services and other statistics to rank agents by…
Good for KW.
Los Angeles’s real estate market is totally chilling out, big time. Now buyers only have to fight to the death for houses 72.2 percent of the time, as opposed to…
I am seeing a little of this. It’s crazy but not maniacal.
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is at its lowest average in nearly four months, but the government shutdown is having some impact on federal housing and mortgage programs.
Now if there were only some more inventory!
The federal do-not-call database was supposed to protect consumers from annoying telemarketing calls. There’s only one problem – fraudulent telemarketers ignore the list and make billions of robocalls pitching scams and con games.
I am sure the telemarketers will find a way around it and it is only for VoIP, but it’s a good start.
“Houses are really affordable right now because interest rates are low, even after the recent run-up, but housing is not that accessible,” says Jim Riccitelli, FirstRex co-chief executive officer.
Where there is a hole there is always someone who comes up with an idea to fill it.
Fifty years ago yesterday, the ribbon was cut on the first tower in the brand new neighborhood of Century City, and today it still feels like it was beamed…
Interesting history of the birth of Century City