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Consumers use the internet as a critical tool during their home buying process, but also use the knowledge and expertise of real estate agents.
Changes better align NAR with current environment in DC, enhance member experience and position NAR as leading voice in real estate technology innovation.
The Senate approved Kathleen Kraninger as Director of the Bureau of Consumer and Financial Protection, replacing Acting Director Mick Mulvaney.
Eighty-two percent of Realtors® donate money to charitable causes every year, compared to the national average of 56.6 percent of Americans who do so.
Pending home sales decreased 2.6 percent in October. NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun attributes the recent rise in mortgage rates to the reduction in eligible homebuyers.