Coming mid-2017: The 2017 edition of the NAR’s Directory of Select Federal Departments and Independent Agencies.
In February 2017, NAR surveyed its members pertaining to sustainability issues facing their industry. This report summaries those findings.
This quarterly report offers insight from NAR’s commercial members about businesses opening or closing by industry, population density, and subregion.
This quarterly report, based on monthly surveys, covers consumer sentiment about the housing market.
NAR seeks to determine whether a shortage of appraisers exists and to what extent, and to explore other issues facing the appraisal profession.
Like the rest of the world, real estate has gone digital. Learn how buyers search for homes, and how REALTORS® use technology to get ahead.
Learn about buyer and seller generational differences: types of homes bought and sold, financing needs, and what they want in a real estate professional.
Despite lower returns and fewer transactions than in 2015, commercial growth was strong, and rents were stable or increased across all property types.
Economic growth slowed during Q4 2016, but with the economy growing, demand for commercial real estate will likely remain on a solid footing.
Commercial real estate investments in small cap markets continued to rise, and investment sales volume increased 8.4 percent compared to Q2 2015.