It was a dynamic year in real estate. Take a look back at 2013’s hottest trends and read about predictions for 2014.
This slideshow provides a snapshot look at some of the most popular research reports and statistics produced by NAR in 2013.
As buyers focus on lifestyle features, homes for sale that are described as "perfect for entertaining" tend to fetch more money.
But he was surprised when his GPS led him to a competitor's garage.
For the first time in 17 years, the USB connector is getting a makeover with a new plug type. But don't expect it to be compatible with existing USB devices.
NAR's Board of Directors recently made changes to enhance the industry's professional standards. Read what changes were made to Standard of Practice 11-1 and how it relates to BPOs.
The real estate business may be about properties, but ultimately it's about people. Making the right connections usually results in more business, especially for cross-border relationships. To make those important inroads, you need to maximize your networking opportunities - understand where to meet the right people and how to best connect with them. This issue shows you how.
A new study finds that professionally photographed listings tend to sell for more money and sell faster than homes listed with photos from low-end point-and-shoot cameras.
This is a recap of the Twitter chat conducted by Director of Member and Consumer Survey Research Jessica Lautz on the latest information and trends from the 2013 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.
The Appraisal Foundation recently created this resource, "A Guide to Understanding a Residential Appraisal." NAR, as a Sponsoring Organization of The Appraisal Foundation, has co-branded the brochure. It is available for REALTORS® to download and provide to their clients to help them understand the residential appraisal process.
For more information on The Appraisal Foundation or to download more free publications, visit http://www.appraisalfoundation.org/