NAR's Spire membership program was birthed out of efforts to diversify the real estate field and a commitment to mentorship.
New rules from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are creating problems for the condo market.
Many Americans who have purchased a home over the past half-decade have felt the pressure of an immensely competitive market.
NAR has worked to help ensure the VA Home Loan Guaranty Program remains an accessible resource for veterans looking to purchase a home as a benefit for their service.
Even in traditional single-family homes, buyers now want — and are willing to pay for — the latest innovations in green living.
The workforce that will dominate America in a post-pandemic environment includes women in a way that the outdated model of the "corporate ladder" never did.
Fair Housing was inspired by a vet who volunteered his life to defend our nation, only to come home and be denied housing.
In Ukraine, America, and across the world, hunger and homelessness are intrinsically linked.
NAR CEO Bob Goldberg looks at the history of division in our nation and examines what the future of healing looks like, particularly regarding racial homeownership gaps that persist today.
Stark societal divisions and disparities, including disparate homeownership rates, provide a clear imperative for all of us to embrace DEI in our businesses—and in everything we do.