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Pending home sales fell in August but remained at a healthy level of activity and have now risen year-over-year for 12 consecutive months.
After three months of gains, existing-home sales dipped in August despite slowing price growth and a rise in sales to first-time buyers.
The CFPB rolled out a set of online tools to help consumers understand what the Know Before You Owe initiative means for them.
Although use of the Internet for home searches is up, buyers are relying more and more on the knowledge and expertise of a real estate agent.
NAR President Testifies Before House Judiciary Subcommittee in Support of Responsible Commercial Drone Use
NAR President Chris Polychron testified before a House Judiciary Subcommittee in support of the responsible use of commercial drones in real estate.
Despite job growth in recent years, new home construction is too low in most metro areas, feeding housing shortages and unhealthy price growth.
Pending home sales were mostly unchanged in July, but rose modestly for the sixth time in seven months.
The annual award honors REALTORS® who volunteer in their communities and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
Existing-home sales rose for the third consecutive month in July, with low inventory and rising prices slowing sales to first-time buyers.
A climb in home sales and insufficient supply caused home prices to steadily rise in most metro areas in the second quarter of 2015.