• 4. Top Sellers Market: Las Vegas

    The hot real estate market of 2013 is cooling off a bit in 2014, but it’s still thriving way out West. In fact, eight of the Top 10 Best Cities for Home Sellers are in the western part of the…   Read the Blog

  • 1. Los Angeles

    Los Angeles and San Francisco ranking at the top of ZipRealty’s list of 10 Hottest Metros to Watch in 2014? We’d say it was “California dreaming on such a winter’s day,” except the prominent real…   Read the Blog

  • 1. Los Angeles

    ZipRealty kept track of the markets with the most saved home searches on its website, and released this list of the Top 10 most popular.   See the Gallery

  • Buckhead Condo Priced to Move, Master Bath

    If you have ever driven the stretch of Piedmont Road towards Roswell Road past the Disco Kroger you probably never noticed the Barclay Condominiums. And you probably didn’t know that in real estate…   Read the Article

  • Buckhead Condo Priced to Move, Foyer

    Located in the heart of Buckhead, this oversized two bedroom, two bath condo features many upgrades and luxury amenities such a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, sauna, pool, tennis courts and gated…   See the Gallery

  • Randall Mill Road Modern, Exterior

    Sadly, a lot of Atlanta’s midcentury modern architecture is being mowed over to make way for McMansion’s, high rises and parking lots. Many of the homes were built on large lots and developers find…   Read the Article

  • Head north on Highland Avenue past the Virginia Highland neighborhood, east of Ansley Park and West of Druid Hills, and you'll find historic Morningside, one of Atlanta's "walkable…   Read the Article

  • Home Featured in "The Odd Life of Timothy Green"

    Built in 1842, the sale of this one-of-a-kind home is pending for over a million off the original asking price and way below market value.    See the Image

  • 1. Malibu, $2,155,900

    “We’re number one! And number two!” But that’s not necessarily a good thing. Malibu and Newport Beach have been rated as the top two most expensive housing markets in the U.S., according to the…   Read the Article

  • 1. Malibu, $2,155,900

    According to Coldwell Banker's survey of the average price of a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, eight of the 50 most expensive communities are near or in Los Angeles County.   See the Gallery