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The strongest quarterly sales pace in a decade lowered inventory levels and caused price growth to accelerate during the first three months of 2017.
When inventory is low, home prices tend to go up. Trying to buy in this type of market can make the complex process of homebuying seem overwhelming.
After a slip in business in 2015, the income and sales volume of REALTOR® members increased in 2016.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced the nomination of Pam Patenaude as deputy secretary.
Pending home sales in March maintained their recent high level, but momentum slowed slightly in most of the country because of low inventory.
Major reforms are needed to lower tax rates and simplify the tax code, but not at the expense of current and prospective homeowners.
Existing-home sales rose in March to their highest pace in over 10 years, and severe supply shortages resulted in quick sales.
REach® focuses on providing early-to mid-stage companies with access to NAR’s industry expertise, influence, and key relationships.
2015 REach® real estate technology accelerator participant and personal safety device company Guard Llama receives an offer of $100,000 from investor.
Affordability, Tight Supply Cause Vacation Home Sales to Plummet in 2016; Investment Sales Climb 4.5%
Tight supply and high prices caused vacation home sales to plummet in 2016, but investment sales climbed 4.5 percent.