Adjusting to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate pros have displayed creativity and drive. The efficiencies resulting from wider adoption of tech tools may be hard to give up once the pandemic abates.
In This Issue
NAR brings its advocacy might to bear 52 weeks a year; the significance of that effort becomes clear in the most challenging of times.
REALTORS® are tackling issues in their own backyards—with support from their associations.
The pandemic has given rise to unimaginable distress—but powerful examples of adaptability and resilience will have lasting impact.
Redevelopment can breathe life into a struggling neighborhood, but be careful to avoid steering clients.
How our "cave minds" can undermine our intentions.
Market Pulse offers a glimpse at recent housing market trends.
Specialty spaces in a home provide a marketing hook for listings, but buyers may prize flexibility over a “man cave” or yoga nook.
While no claims have been made, the program's reauthorization has a vital role in ensuring stability in commercial lending.
Know how escrow funds are handled if a deal falls through.
Even in the face of short-term economic damage, home prices should hold on well.
NAR President Vince Malta outlines the wide range of association resources available to help you get through these times.
A client details her gratitude for the agent who helped her navigate a challenging home search.