This report details how REALTORS® feel about their safety in residential real estate and what steps they are already taking to protect themselves.
NAR surveyed White, Hispanic, Black, and Asian prospective home buyers about their experiences in the homebuying process, including low inventory, high prices and mortgage rates, and discrimination.
NAR surveyed its members about their prospective home buyer clients' barriers to home ownership; low inventory, high mortgage rates, and high home prices topped the list.
In May 2023, NAR surveyed its members pertaining to data collectors in the appraisal process. This report contains the findings.
The building features that REALTORS® believed were most important to commercial clients included utility and operations costs, indoor air quality, energy-efficient windows and doors, and efficient use of lighting.
Nationally, Sentrilock home showings were down 4% year-over-year. Showings declined in three of the four regions: Northeast (-17%), West (-9%), and Midwest (-8%), but up in the South (4%).
With varying sizes, resources, and local markets, this report looks at how REALTOR® associations operate and compare to each other.
This report focuses on the impact of appraisals on the current market and member business in terms of cost, turn-around times, and other challenges and to measure member experiences with bias and discrimination in the appraisal process.
NAR Region III Local Market Assessments: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, West Virginia
This assessment of local markets examines global market real estate opportunities in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, and West Virginia.
The report highlights foreign client purchases and sales of U.S. residential property, and looks at U.S. clients seeking to buy property abroad.