News Releases by Year
2016 existing-home sales were the best in a decade, even as sales declined in December due to high prices and historically low supply levels.
Lower costs are coming for homebuyers seeking a Federal Housing Administration-insured mortgage.
Pending home sales fell to their lowest levels in nearly a year as the brisk rise in mortgage rates and low inventory discouraged would-be buyers.
After 36 years of service, NAR CEO Dale Stinton will retire in 2017. An executive search firm has been retained to find Stinton’s replacement.
A big surge in the Northeast and a smaller gain in the South pushed existing-home sales up in November for the third consecutive month.
Only slight existing-home sales gains are forecast in 2017 because of rising mortgage rates and shrinking consumer confidence in home buying.
NAR is inviting brokers from across the country to attend the 2017 REALTOR® Broker Summit in San Diego at the exclusive Fairmont Grand Del Mar resort.
While the homeownership rate in America continues to hover around a 50-year low, there are real-world opportunities to turn that trend around.
NAR and its 1.2 million members look forward to working with Dr. Carson to put the dream of homeownership in reach for more Americans.
NAR's Second Century Ventures is accepting applications for its 2017 REach® accelerator class now through January 31, 2017.