America's history is a testament to the unique joys of living in small communities like the neighborly connection and sense of community often missing in larger metropolitan areas. Across the country, community leaders are joining together to bring new life back to small towns. They are doing it by focusing on smart growth that highlights the existing assets of a community — its history, culture and landscape — or by creating a new source of vitality, such as by encouraging artists to flourish or by undertaking creative placemaking.
Several organizations are offering assistance to REALTORS® whose homes were lost to or damaged by the devastating Oklahoma tornado.
The business activity and income of Realtors® are up for the second year in a row following nine years of decline, according to the 2013 National Association of Realtors® Member Profile.
A look at the partner companies of Second Century Ventures and the success of the REach™ program.
REALTOR® Magazine and the Good Neighbor Society announced the recipients in the fifth year of this successful development program.
How did the Lehigh Valley Association of REALTORS® respond to a Fair Housing challenge?
Every spring, a new crop of promising pros is uncovered by REALTOR® Magazine staff. This year's honorees are ready to put recession behind them and embark on a whole new era of real estate.
The Fair Housing Focus includes advice on reporting acts of discrimination, information on multicultural real estate organization meetings, NAR diversity, smart growth and housing opportunity grants, and ideas for Fair Housing Month.
Display the 2013 Fair Housing FOCUS poster in your office and/or association.
Home Values Performed 42 Percent Better When Located Near Public Transportation During Last Recession
Data from a new study from the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and the National Association of Realtors® reveals that during the last recession, residential property values performed 42 percent better on average if they were located near public transportation with high-frequency service.