Existing-home sales tumbled in February amidst unshakably low supply levels and steadfast price growth in several sections of the country.
Industry panel sessions, keynotes, comprehensive economic and market updates will teach brokers about strategies and tools for business success.
In NAR’s 2016 Q1 HOME survey, respondents were asked about their confidence in the U.S. economy and about their housing expectations and preferences.
NAR's Center for Realtor® Technology recently participated in a global virtual hackathon and took second place out of more than a thousand teams.
A growing share of homebuyers are millennials, and more of them are purchasing single-family homes outside of urban areas.
REALTOR® University, the only advanced online education institution centered exclusively on real estate, is now accredited.
Pending home sales declined at the beginning of 2016 but remained slightly higher than a year ago.
Existing-home sales crept up to the highest annual rate in six months, and low inventory caused the fastest increase in prices since last April.
NAR strongly supports the VA Department’s programs that help America’s veterans buy homes.
Moderating pace of sales had little impact on the trajectory of home prices during the final three months of 2015.