49% of renters, and 78% of homeowners, think it's a good time to buy. People in the West are most likely to think that it's a good time to sell.
The information in this interactive data visualization is from Existing-Home Sales data. It shows you price and sales data for the month, and lets you compare it to prices and sales over the previous 12 months.
The baby boomers generation holds the second-largest home sales share.
Foot Traffic is comparable to last month and only dropped 0.8 points to 51.6 in April 2018.
Differences in household composition and financing options incentivize homebuying demand for veteran and active military, according to the 2018 Veterans & Active Military Home Buyers Profile, which evaluated the differences between recent active-service and veteran home buyers and sellers and those who have never served.
Buyer demand strengthened in March, despite affordability and inventory constraints.
This infographic presents highlights from a survey of NAR's residential and commercial members about sustainability in homes and buildings they work with, and about client interest in energy-efficient features.
Foot Traffic dropped in February and is comparable to a year ago. Despite consistent low inventory, demand and sales are still showing growth.
This infographic takes a look at the differences in buyers and sellers of different generations: reasons for buying and selling, the percentage of market share they represent, and type and location of home they buy.
After an early winter downturn, the diffusion index for foot traffic rose in January.