Existing-home sales slipped in June as low supply kept homes selling at a near record pace but ultimately ended up muting overall activity.
NAR supports the House Financial Services Committee’s commitment to retaining “grandfathering” in the National Flood Insurance Program.
Fueled by a large increase in sales dollar volume from Canadian buyers, foreign investment in U.S. residential real estate skyrocketed to a new high.
84 percent of Americans think that buying a home is a good financial decision, yet six in 10 worry about the rising costs of homes and renting.
REach®, operated by Second Century Ventures, was named among the top 30 accelerators in the U.S. by the Seed Accelerator Rankings Project, or SARP.
Sixty-two percent of sellers’ agents say that staging a home decreases the amount of time a home spends on the market.
The supply shortages that are boosting home prices in many metro areas caused pending home sales in May to slump for the third consecutive month.
New consumer findings offer hope that the growing number of homeowners who think now is a good time to sell will eventually lead to more listings.
Goldberg was the unanimous choice of NAR’s leadership team after an extensive national search. He will begin as CEO later this summer.
The House Financial Services Committee today concluded markup on legislation to reauthorize and reform the National Flood Insurance Program.