Today, NAR strongly supports the Fair Housing Act and has worked with the Department of Housing and Urban Development and private partners to promote equal access to homeownership.
Residential real estate sales have continued to flourish during the COVID-19 health pandemic and have been critical to keeping the economy afloat.
America’s largest trade association is uniquely positioned to respond to whatever may come and deliver results, not just for its members, but for the American consumer and economy.
In early March of this year, in response to the pandemic-induced economic shutdown, Congress gave borrowers with government-backed mortgages the right to forbearance and placed a moratorium on foreclosures.
Last August, realtor.com® began displaying flood risk information on for-sale properties across the United States.
As the real estate industry continues to conduct business during the current health pandemic, it is critical that real estate agents and brokers stay up to date on COVID-19-related state legislative and regulatory changes as well as state executive orders impacting real estate.
NAR continues to work to rectify mistakes of the 20th century and believes that fair housing protections are vital to advancing our progress toward thriving and inclusive U.S. communities.
Consumer protection and fraud prevention continue to be critical during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
NAR teamed up with the experts at the Perception Institute to create a free online workshop to help members avoid implicit bias in their daily business interactions.
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.