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A new survey shows 40% of buyers are willing to pay $20,000 over asking and make concessions—some concerning—to get the home they want.
An NAR advisory board is proposing changes to the MLS policy to ensure consumers understand agent compensation and have access to all listings.
More listings are coming, but they won’t fill the housing gap that’s making it difficult to meet the nation’s real estate needs, a new study shows.
Learn common keywords found in subject lines of phishing emails so you don’t get duped.
The nation is facing little blight from vacant properties as fewer “zombies” lurk in neighborhoods.
One agent used TikTok to create buzz for her $5.3-million listing. Is the popular short video app right for your marketing?
NAR applauds move: “Affordable homeownership brings a magnitude of benefits to families, communities, and our national economy,” says Charlie Oppler.
Buyers should expect to make extremely competitive offers in this city.
The decrease in new-home construction is affecting the overall housing market, says NAR’s chief economist.
Outer suburbs have seen some of the highest home price increases over the past year. How are these locales expected to fare after the pandemic?