Total existing-home sales sank 3.2% in January to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.38M from a downwardly revised 5.56M in December 2017.
January 2018 brought 5.38 million in sales, a median sales price of $240,500, and 3.4 months of inventory.
How does the White House compare to the average home? This infographic takes a look.
Ever wondered about the differences in home buying by gender and marital status? This infographic explores some of the statistics.
In 2017, metropolitan median area home prices ranged from $84,600 to $1,270,000.
Does your relationship status influence your home buying choices? Let's take a look at the demographics.
Commercial practitioners invest heavily in RPAC. In turn, RPAC and the REALTOR® Party advocate for issues important to commercial real estate.
Learn more about the RPR® Commercial benefit.
In 2017, the fastest month to sell a home was in May, with an average time on the market of 27 days.
While home prices in the U.S. are expected to increase in 2018 by roughly 2%, some states could see greater increases, and some could see decreases. Here are some predictions from the National Association of REALTORS® for states where the housing market could grow or decline.