We work for you by advocating for federal, state, and local policy initiatives that strengthen the ability of Americans to own, buy, and sell real property. We also work with you, by providing a wide variety of resources to foster and harness the grassroots strength of the REALTOR® Party.
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NAR's 2011 Community Preference Survey explores Americans' wants regarding neighborhood characteristics such as proximity to parks and shopping, walkability, and commuting time, and the trade-offs in home type and size that people may be willing to accept in order to obtain those neighborhood preferences. The survey reveals that most Americans would like to live in walkable communities...
As Congress and the Administration consider reforms to the nation's mortgage finance system, NAR is advocating on behalf of REALTORS® and consumers to ensure an efficient and adequately regulated secondary mortgage market—a new system that involves some government presence and provides homebuyers with access to affordable, sustainable mortgages. As part of that effort, NAR placed this ad in several prominent Capitol Hill publications.
Following the release of the Deficit Reduction Commission’s report, which recommends scaling back the mortgage interest deduction, the National Association of Realtors® is warning Congress of the potentially devastating effects of such change on American families and the economy. As part of this effort, NAR placed an ad in several prominent Capitol Hill publications.
Since 1969, the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) has promoted the election of pro-REALTOR® candidates across the United States. The purpose of RPAC is clear: REALTORS® raise and spend money to elect candidates who understand and support the issues that are important to their profession and livelihood. Learn more.
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