Frequently asked questions of the National Association of REALTORS® that will help you provide guidance to your clients about the appraisal process.
Market realities today mean that agents are working more hours. Here are three strategies to help make sure your time is being spent in the most productive and efficient way possible.
Home prices are 82 percent higher in “tech hub” locations than in other large metros. But the tech industry isn’t the factor that pushed up home prices, according to a new study.
Consumers say they’re more committed to buying or selling in 2014, despite two events in 2013 that shook their confidence, according to Prudential Real Estate.
NAR Research surveyed a sample of lenders with questions about the impact of the lending on their business and how the rule could in turn impact consumers.
To help Realtors® keep up with the latest business technologies, NAR is continuing its one-day technology conference series, NAR Tech Edge.
This report presents an analysis of the current economy for commercial real estate investors, covering the major property sector markets.
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.