Whether you're looking for a quick and easy way to find a home or just casually browse homes for sale, you've come to the right place. RealEstate.com features for-sale property listings across the United States, including new construction houses, foreclosed homes and Rentals. The real estate listings on our site come from multiple listing services nationwide, providing the most accurate and up-to-date information on homes for sale.
Thinking of selling your home, or just curious to see what your home is worth? Use our handy home valuation estimator to check the value of your current home. You can also get a Comparable Market Assessment (CMA) from a local market expert, taking into consideration unique characteristics, home improvements and other home, neighborhood and area information not always available in the public record.
Schools are one of the important factors in deciding where to buy your next home. One of the most important factors in choosing a home is picking the right neighborhood. Check out school ratings and get the inside scoop on schools and neighborhoods in our local info section.
Get tips from experts on buying and selling real estate as well as how to improve the value of your home. Get great advice on home buying, home foreclosures, short selling your home, mortgage interest rates, and home improvements on our real estate blog. Looking to invest in real estate? We've got a weekly column with a real estate expert who will take you through the entire process and provide tips along the way.
Selling a house involves more than just putting a house up for sale. In order to stand out among all of the houses for sale, you need to market your house to potential buyers, make sure your home listing is appealing, and eventually handle all of the necessary paperwork for selling a home. This is why it is important to work with a qualified real estate professional when placing your house for sale.
If you are looking to buy a house, you will definitely need the help of an agent who is a local expert in your neighborhood. As you browse through home listings and neighborhood data, you will inevitably have questions about a particular home listing or neighborhood. Also, an agent may have information on additional homes that you may not discover during your home listing search.
Remember that not all real estate agents are Realtors®. Realtors® are members of the National Association of Realtors®. People often use "Realtor®" and real estate agent interchangeably, but they are not one and the same.
The home listings you find on RealEstate.com are from multiple listing services (MLSs) nationwide - the same listings services that real estate agents and brokers use. The MLS provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive set of home listings in a market.