NAR is currently accepting applications for REALTOR® Magazine’s Good Neighbor Awards from REALTORS® who have made an impact on the world through community service. Entries must be received by Friday, May 4, 2018.
Existing-home sales slowed in most of the country in December, but 2017 as a whole edged up 1.1 percent and was the best year for sales in 11 years.
January 24, 2018
NAR announced a new internal organizational structure and changes to its senior management team to more effectively and efficiently serve its members.
January 12, 2018
Media Contact:Sara Wiskerchen 202-383-1013
Realtors® who work on small-scale charitable efforts that have growth potential are encouraged to apply. Five Volunteering Works recipients will benefit from a year of one-on-one mentoring from a member of the Good Neighbor Society and a $1,000 grant as seed money to help implement improvements in their community program.
January 4, 2018
Media Contact:Cole Henry 202-383-1290
Pending home sales were mostly unmoved in November, but did squeak out a minor gain both on a monthly and annualized basis.
December 27, 2017
While Realtors® still have concerns with the overall structure of the bill, fresh limits on the state and local tax deduction, and other changes, the final product is a significant improvement over previous iterations.
Existing-home sales surged for the third straight month in November and reached their strongest pace in almost 11 years. All major regions except for the West saw a significant hike in sales activity last month.
December 20, 2017
It is no longer just millennials propelling interest in walkable communities. Members of the silent or greatest generation, those born before 1944, also prefer smaller homes in neighborhoods with easy walks to shops and restaurants.
Despite steady job creation, record stock market gains and faster economic growth in recent months, new consumer findings show that a smaller share of households believe that now is a good time to buy or sell a home.
December 18, 2017
FCC’s rollback of the Open Internet Order will mean higher costs and slower service for millions of American consumers and businesses. REALTORS® have strong concerns about what that might mean for the way consumers search for homes online and real estate is transacted.