The way real estate agents are paid could be changing. Here's how that could affect buyers and sellers.
Agents typically split the 5% to 6% commission when a home is sold. Rates could go lower in the wake of class-action litigation.
Realtors are encouraging their clients to get creative if they really want to make a move while interest rates remain high and inventory remains low.
Prices are cooling in the West, but the market in the East is still hot. We check in with a real estate pro in the center of the divide.
As mortgage rates rise, the housing market in San Francisco has come "to a screeching halt," says Cynthia Cummins.
As home sales decline, the field is becoming more competitive.
"You're working twice as hard for the same amount of money," says Mindy Palmer of helping buyers in a tight market.
It's a supply problem.
With fewer homes to sell, realtors say they need to look for new ways to find business