A new resource will ensure that residential real estate brokerages with fewer than 150 agents are able to provide the kind of service and support to their agents typically offered by larger entities.
The suspended portions would limit GSEs' ability to appropriately serve the overall U.S. housing market as intended in crisis as well as first-time buyers, those in underserved communities, investor properties and second home purchases.
NAR surveyed REALTOR® executives and senior managers to learn about firm demographics, composition, benefits offered to staff, business activity and market forecasts.
Americans with high student debt often must choose between investing in their retirement, purchasing a home, getting married, starting a family, or general savings.
The DOJ attempt to withdraw from that fully binding agreement in July 2021, after NAR had already begun to implement its terms, is a breach of the agreement and the law.
The award recognizes REALTORS® who have made significant, tangible volunteer contributions in their communities to improve the lives of their neighbors in need.
In total, 350 union jobs were created from the project’s inception to completion. The renovations employed over 150 national and local businesses and added $50 million into the economies of the city of Chicago and the state of Illinois.
A new report from NAR report examines the connection between families that struggle with rent or mortgage payments and food insecurity.