One in six Gen Xers purchased a multi-generational home, overtaking younger boomers as the generation most likely to do so; with 52 percent of those Gen X buyers indicating that they did so because their adult children have either moved back or never left home.
Bipartisan congressional action on GSE reform is the only way to secure an explicit government guarantee, which is a critical component of a robust U.S. housing market.
Realtor® Nina Dosanjh offered NAR’s perspective on how federal efforts to protect consumer information can be beneficial for America’s small businesses, including real estate brokerages, and their customers.
Consumer opinion about home buying bounced back in the first quarter of 2019, with only thirty-five percent of survey respondents saying that now is not a good time to buy a home.
The evolving technological landscape, competition from nontraditional market participants and housing affordability continue to be among the biggest challenges facing real estate firms in the next two years.
Two new vice presidents, Mantill Williams and Susan Welter, will focus on increasing member engagement and satisfaction, and enhancing NAR’s relationship with consumers.