How have sales to non-resident foreigners been, considering global economic slowdowns and the appreciation of the dollar?
Technology is transforming the way Realtors® conduct business and connect with clients, and staying up-to-date on new and emerging technologies is an essential part of the real estate profession.
National Association of Realtors® President Chris Polychron issued a statement about new proposed rules for unmanned aircraft systems issued today by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Find out which U.S. cities were of greatest interest to foreign buyers during January 2015, and which countries the buyers were from.
The way people make decisions, trust others, disclose information, or even make eye contact is often cultural. It is important for a global real estate practitioner to be fluent in these patterns.
In this blog post, Jeff Hornberger, NAR's director of Global Alliances, talks about some of the trends he expects to see in global real estate in 2015.
This report presents an analysis of the current economy for commercial real estate investors, covering the major property sector markets.
The dollar is strong again, which means that foreigners will face higher prices on American-made goods and will buy less of them, including real estate.
Today, immigrants play an important role in economic growth across the United States where they start businesses and hire workers.
Economic development organizations (EDOs) are an important part of the equation for bringing jobs and businesses to a particular geographic area, be it a city, county or state.