There has been plenty of discussion lately regarding the importance of precise language in the real estate appraisal industry.
The AQB announced it would be offering two alternatives for appraisers who must meet the four-year college degree requirement.
Economists with an eye on real estate were a little concerned in April, but with the latest statistics on housing starts, they may be breathing a little easier.
Even a miniscule punctuation mark, in the right place, can completely change the meaning of a sentence in the eyes of the law.
There are a few myths that get passed off as old wisdom far too often that homebuyers and sellers should be on the lookout for.