Real Estate News
Current events across America about the evolving real estate market
Amidst the current pandemic, there has been an increasing demand for housing in rural areas. Many cite that city living is no longer worth the price tag.
The Judicial Council of California voted to end the eviction ban for those going through economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While many local governments will continue these protections for a bit longer, there is fear over what will happen without the statewide moratorium.
California rent prices have continued to escalate to astronomical heights throughout the past several years. In response, the California state legislature passed Assembly Bill 1482, known as the “Tenant Protection Act of 2019,” at the beginning of this year regulating rent price increases.
New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed the Tenant Safe Harbor Act banning courts from evicting tenants who can’t pay rent due to economic hardships caused by COVID-19.
Home loan rates continue to hover near all-time lows. Here are three reasons why rates should have improved last week, but didn’t.
This economic downturn is a result of COVID-19 and not a “mortgage meltdown,” so how will all of these out-of-work borrowers affect the mortgage market?
Find out how Airbnb has turned the real estate and hospitality industries completely upside down.
No one wants to go through an eviction, but it’s important for landlords (and tenants) to understand how the process works.
The guidelines for rent control and restrictions on evictions in San Francisco.
Outline of Oregon Senate Bill 608 on rental fee restrictions and new guidelines for tenant evictions.
If you're a landlord or renter in Illinois, it's a good idea to brush up on your late fee knowledge.
Governor Newsom signed three bills—AB 68, AB 881, and SB 13—to encourage the development of more accessory dwelling units in California.
With the Las Vegas real estate market booming and demand for rental units on the rise, take some time to brush up on your eviction procedures. Here’s everything Nevada landlords need to know.
Texas passed a new law in September 2019 that affects rental property late fees. Here's what you need to know.
Learn what you need to know about late fees in Washington D.C.
California just passed statewide rent control on September 11, 2019. Read more about what this means for landlords and tenants.
The New York Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 has important implications for both landlords and renters.
As a landlord, how much notice do you give your tenants before entering the unit? The answer depends on your state laws.
Here's everything landlords and tenants should know about late fees and grace periods in California.