Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor
Consumer protection and fraud prevention continue to be critical during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
REALTORS® across the country are saying there are not enough homes for sale compared to the number of buyers in the marketplace. For first-time homebuyers, the market looks especially tough.
1031 like-kind exchange rules permit the deferral of taxes, so long as the taxpayer satisfies numerous requirements and consummates both a sale and purchase of replacement property within a certain timeframe.
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, NAR has provided resources to help its members stay safe, manage the crisis, and begin to rebuild afterwards.
ACT! helps ensure that REALTORS® on the ground are the best ambassadors they can be for the future we want to build together as Americans.
Our industry offers exceptional opportunities to build wealth, but we also face extraordinary personal responsibility to manage our resources when faced with income fluctuations.
Sharp increases in home prices and a lack of housing inventory in the U.S. have resulted in a housing affordability crisis, where both rental homes and homes for purchase are beyond the reach of low- and middle-income families.
This January, the start of the new decade also marked the launch of the Broker Engagement Committee and Broker Engagement Council.
This population count allows the federal government to better understand demographic information within states and localities across the country, and helps ensure that states and localities have proper representation in Congress.