Charleston, South Carolina’s real estate market has been breaking records.
They call it the “Hostess City of the South,” but there’s a lot more to Savannah, Georgia than its hospitality.
Florida’s Emerald Coast is known for its white-sand beaches, the hue of its water and quality fishing.
Idaho’s Sun Valley claims to be home to the first ski resort in the U.S., and it remains a popular escape for the outdoorsy today.
The coronavirus pandemic slowed the real estate business in Tucson, Arizona, but favorable market conditions have helped boost prices and bring new life to “Old Pueblo.”
Low inventory is helping homes move quickly and driving property prices up in Louisville, Kentucky.
Low inventory levels in the Omaha, Nebraska real estate market have helped create a competitive bidding environment.
The state’s second-largest city is known for its food and music scenes. It's also home to Elvis Presley's Graceland estate.
July saw the Columbus real estate market "spike" after a pandemic-related slowdown.
The local real estate market appears to have rebounded from the coronavirus slump.
Montecito is an enclave popular with the rich and famous sitting on southern California’s coast south of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
Teton County, Wyoming is said to be home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the U.S
The lake itself is known for its sandy beaches and water recreation, while the surrounding mountains are popular for hiking, cycling and skiing, depending on the season.
Lake Norman is a popular destination just north of Charlotte, North Carolina with numerous luxurious homes dotting its shores.
The unique community offers recreation, shopping, dining and health care, with 50 golf courses, 12 country clubs and three town squares.
Milwaukee has a lot to offer a prospective homebuyer.
For homebuyers, the Flagstaff area offers lots of opportunities for sweeping mountain views.
For anyone in the market for a vacation home or looking to retire on the gulf, now may be a good time to buy.
The coronavirus has dramatically affected the amount of real estate inventory hitting the market.
While the coronavirus has slowed new listings from hitting Tulsa’s real estate market, prices have continued to grow despite the pandemic.