Seventy-four percent of those polled said that now is a good time to sell a home—a modest increase over 73% last quarter.
The National Association of REALTORS® is calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to improve the Qualified Mortgage definition and patch while supporting an extension before a long-term solution is secured. The current patch expires on January 10, 2021.
Reform of GSE and HUD operations has been a top priority of the President since earlier this year, and the White House released a proposal today.
The REALTORS® being honored have donated their time, money and passion to enrich the lives of the people in their communities.
The pitch battle featured a select group of startups focused on developing innovative solutions for the commercial and residential real estate marketplaces.
The FHFA's efforts to foster competition and innovation in credit modeling will create a path for new models that will open homeownership opportunities for countless responsible, creditworthy Americans.
The changes, many of which NAR has championed for over a decade, should yield thousands of new homeownership opportunities and help alleviate affordability restraints impacting markets across the country.
NAR will begin donating surplus food from its events and meetings to those in need. Working in partnership with the Food Recovery Network, a college student-led hunger non-profit organization, NAR has asked the 1,200 local and state Realtor® associations around the country to "take the pledge" and join to help multiply the effort.
August 13, 2019
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NAR moved to dismiss the Moehrl v. NAR and the copycat Sitzer v. NAR lawsuits because both fail to show how NAR rules for the operation of Multiple Listing Services (MLSs) inhibit competition or cause the plaintiffs any harm.