High-tech know-how can help you find a house or get rid of one. If you’re one of the 40 million Americans who typically move in a year, here are six technology trends in real estate, and ways you can use them to your benefit.

As the nation’s housing slump depresses home sales and prices, more owners look for ways to increase their homes’ value and attract buyers. One of the best and most popular is remodeling, and here are some projects that pay off.

Ask someone in the real estate industry how business has been lately and they’re likely to tell you it has slowed down compared to last year. With mortgage rates rising, fewer people are in a hurry to move, and houses are staying on the market longer.

Unless you just completed a stunning bathroom renovation with a five-figure price tag, there's probably at least one thing in your bathroom you'd like to change. Whether you're dealing with a constantly leaky faucet or the whole room just looks drab and out of date, you can find many ways to make your bathroom beautiful again without breaking the bank or investing a huge amount of time.

With today’s economy, many Americans are choosing to live in their homes longer. As a result, a growing number of American homeowners are investing in home improvements that they can enjoy themselves.

For most of us, a home is the largest and most important purchase we will ever make. If you’re buying a home, you want to find the house of your dreams in the perfect neighborhood. If you’re selling your home, you want to get the best price in the shortest amount of time.

(ARA) - Looking to sell your home? All you hear these days in the news and from friends is how bad the housing market is, and for good reason. There are too many existing houses on the market, builders have had to get more aggressive in selling new homes, interest rates and gas prices are up … these are not ideal conditions.