Despite all the changes technology has made in the housing market, the tradition of the Sunday open house is still alive and growing.
The national index level in May reached a new high and is up 5.6 percent from a year earlier. What does this mean for homeowners?
Even with high levels of automation of appraisals, there remains a need to increase training of new appraisers.
At the national level, housing affordability is down from last month and down from a year ago. Mortgage rates increased to 4.01 percent this May, up compared to 3.83 percent a year ago.
Commercial real estate investment trends mirror the global economic slowdown and broader uncertainty.
The raw count of home sales determines income and helps better assess how busy the market has been.
NAR asked consumers their thoughts and perceptions on housing affordability in their communities.
The main reason for insufficient bank capital for commercial deals stems from financial regulatory uncertainty, which was cited by 28 percent of NAR members who specialize in CRE transactions.
The national index level in April reached a new high and is up 5.5%from a year earlier. What does this mean for homeowners?
This presentation uses a series of maps to show state job growth comparisons in the U.S.
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