NAR President Kevin Sears responds to an editorial that perpetuates a false narrative about how real estate professionals earn a living.
Most Americans turn to real estate agents when buying or selling a home because they provide critical services, information and counsel.
An ongoing federal class action lawsuit may upend the U.S. residential estate market as we know it.
Racial disparity in homeownership has significant implications, given that homeownership is crucial to building wealth and financial security.
The Wall Street Journal editorial "Realtors Face an Antitrust Reckoning" (Oct. 16) mischaracterizes what is at stake for consumers in Burnett v. National Association of Realtors.
NAR was among the first professional associations to create a code of conduct around sexual harassment issues for members, not just for employees.
The connection between race and real estate throughout our country's history is undeniable and remains a key factor in current racial wealth gaps.
Seeing the difference homeownership made for her, Karen Hatcher has become increasingly invested in efforts to boost fair and affordable housing.
NAR's Code of Ethics emphasizes that "Under All is the Land," and being good stewards of this land is now critical.
NAR and REALTORS® across the country advocate for policies that create greater and more equitable access to housing.