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Existing-home sales slid in February but remained above year ago levels both nationally and in all major regions.
Multiple years of uninterrupted job gains and optimism about 2017 are igniting consumer confidence, especially in rural and middle America.
An improving economy, strong job growth and increase in home values led to more home purchases by Generation X in the past year.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Dr. Ben Carson as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development with a roll call vote of 58-41.
Insufficient supply levels led to a lull in contract activity in the Midwest and West, bringing pending home sales to their lowest level in a year.
Bolstered by growing demand in smaller markets, commercial real estate should remain on stable ground in 2017 and offer decent returns for investors.
Existing-home sales stepped up in 2017, surpassing a recent cyclical high and increasing in January to the fastest pace in almost a decade.
New housing affordability model suggests homebuyers at many income levels could see few listings on the market in their price range in coming months.
To help Realtors® stay well informed of the latest business technology skills and trends changing the real estate industry, the National Association of Realtors® is continuing its one-day technology conference series, NAR Tech Edge.
When making decisions about buying, selling or renovating their homes, Americans, by and large, take their pets’ needs into account.