NAR 2012 Vice President Gary Thomas discusses how appraisals have been affecting the home buying process, and talks about NAR's advocacy for changes that will solve the problems that have been occurring.
Here is a list of iPhone, iPad, and cloud-based apps, as well as Web sites, to help association executives working with YPN be more effecient in their jobs.
The top of the house shouldn't be at the bottom of your list of things to be aware of. Learn about the pros and cons of different kinds of roofs.
When selling a home, you don't want buyers to step foot in a room and suddenly feel cramped. What can you do to open up some of the tight spaces in your listings?
Families who had once lost their home to foreclosure following the housing crash are now re-emerging and looking to buy again.
What's the difference between a resident alien and a non-resident alien? Do foreign nationals need a social security card to purchase property in the U.S? How many decades has it been since the last time it rained in Lima, Peru? Get these answers and more from a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) class.
As foreign buyers' interest in U.S. real estate continues to surge, REALTORS® are seizing this opportunity and arming themselves with education.
This field guide provides information on international legalities, education, best practices, etiquette, research, and more.
The real estate market is recovering but still faces hurdles, notably from tight mortgage credit, but problems with a sizeable share of real estate appraisals also are holding back home sales, according to NAR survey findings.
The Appraisal Institute is teaming with an energy agency to asses energy efficiency and green features on the value of existing homes.