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Existing-home sales rose strongly in September, propelled by first-time buyer sales, reaching a 34 percent share, a high not seen in over four years.
NAR has identified five noteworthy real estate trends since the inception of the annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers report 35 years ago.
NAR has partnered with Intuit to offer exclusive savings to members on signature products QuickBooks® Self-Employed and TurboTax®.
HUD's Single Family Housing Policy Handbook clarifies that appraisers must note that appliances adding to the market value of a property are present.
After bouncing back in July, pending home sales cooled in August for the third time in four months and to their lowest level since January.
The five winners of this year’s REALTOR® Magazine Good Neighbor Award serve as examples of how Realtors® build and strengthen communities.
HUD released a proposed rule on condominiums that includes positive changes, like a return of spot loans and an extension of the certification period.
A new report shows that not only can outdoor remodeling projects add value to a home on resale, but they can also bring homeowners happiness.
Despite low mortgage rates, limited inventory and high prices slowed existing-home sales in August.
Despite low inventory and rising home prices, most real estate firms remain confident about their overall future profitability.