Changes to guidance for local Multiple Listing Service broker marketplaces include ensuring disclosure of compensation offered to buyer agents, assurance that listings are not excluded from search results based on the amount of compensation offered to buyer agents, and reinforcement that buyer brokers do not represent their services as free.
During a session at the 2021 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Craig Grant and Brandon Doyle offered REALTORS® a wealth of insight into how beneficial smart homes are to their businesses.
Airbnb will leverage the biggest impact on the residential real estate market in 2022, according to Chris Linsell, senior real estate writer for TheClose.com.
The discussion between 2021 NAR President Oppler and CNBC contributor and radio host Insana focused on how the driving forces affecting today's economy impact every American – their businesses, industries, and investment decisions.
November 14, 2021
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The National Association of Realtors® celebrated the work of three of its REALTOR Benefits® Program partners with awards during an evening rooftop ceremony on Saturday as part of the 2021 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in San Diego, California.
November 14, 2021
The National Association® of Realtors welcomed REALTORS® Eric Brown and Jerry Isham, along with a host of industry professionals and civil rights experts, for an open conversation on racism in real estate and potential actions that can be taken to address the significant, lingering issues.
Dan Weisman, NAR's director of emerging technology, told the audience that $25 billion per year is being invested in proptech across the globe and $10 billion of that is being invested in the United States.
The apartment and industrial sectors are seeing strong growth. Retail is also recovering given the rising demand for online shopping. The office sector is starting to recuperate at a modest pace due to job growth and because some workers are heading back to the office.
The real estate industry has helped Americans of every background build wealth through homeownership. Yet, for much of the 20th century, many African Americans have been excluded from these opportunities to build intergenerational wealth.
The outlook for the residential real estate market, which performed exceptionally well during the height of the pandemic, continues to be promising, according to NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun.