The nation’s leading housing economists spoke today at an economic and policy forum to appraise the state of the U.S. housing market.
Nearly a decade since the start of the foreclosure crisis, formerly distressed homeowners with restored credit are re-entering the housing market.
Unnecessary regulatory burdens are preventing qualified, credit-worthy borrowers from obtaining the American Dream of homeownership.
NAR’s top-level domain .REALTOR will be available to Realtor® associations as well as brokerages in the U.S. and Canada starting May 7.
The Mortgage Choice Act improves consumer access to mortgage credit with the full protection of the Ability-to-Repay and Qualified Mortgage rules.
NAR looks forward to working with Harriet Tregoning, the new HUD principal deputy assistant secretary for community planning and development.
Housing industry stakeholders discussed how alternative credit scoring models could expand access to mortgage credit for responsible borrowers.
Vacation home sales boomed in 2014 to above their most recent peak level in 2006, while investment purchases fell for the fourth straight year.
February pending home sales rose to their highest level since June 2013 as gains in the Midwest and West offset declines in the Northeast and South.
NAR looks forward to working with Edward Golding in his new position as principal deputy assistant secretary for housing at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.