All-cash purchases are making up a bigger bulk of home sales, with one-third of REALTORS® saying they had at least one cash deal in December, according to a recent survey.
Topics include appraiser geographic competency, appraiser independence, and the ineffectiveness of the appraisal appeals processes.
More and more people are taking the plunge or seriously considering retiring abroad. This issue looks at retiring abroad from a global real estate perspective. You'll learn about the major trends and what's driving them, the ways in which developers and countries are courting retirees, and the top international investment locations. You'll also learn more about how to go after this business.
Arianna Huffington told real estate professionals they need to change their mindset in order to strike better work-life balances across the board.
The Federal Housing Administration announced that it will allow lenders to start accepting electronic signatures on sales contracts.
To successfully navigate negotiations with global buyers, real estate agents need to be alert to buying signs and cultural taboos.
Help identify tasks and competencies reflective of a real estate appraiser in order to update the content outlines for the AQB examinations.
This interactive infographic presents type of home purchased, by buyer type, between July 2012 and June 2013. of a survey conducted with home buyers who purchased a home between July 2012 and June 2013.
Loans vetted by appraisers who fail to meet Fannie Mae's standards could face extra scrutiny.
A new offer through the REALTOR Benefits® Program gives members of the National Association of REALTORS® a new way to thank and stay connected with their clients.