These housing and real estate story ideas are designed to help media generate content for news stories. Three timely topics, accompanied with background information and facts related to the real estate market, are featured each month. Realtor associations and members can also take these story ideas and create content for their local newspaper, magazines, newsletters, blogs and websites.
From coast to coast, the largest open house weekend in the country will take place Saturday and Sunday, April 20-21, 2013.
As we draw nearer to the April 15th tax deadline, home owners can visit Houselogic.com for great resources on all things tax related.
For the first time since 2007, the National Association of Realtors® released its Home Features Survey, that examines the features buyers prefer in the homes they purchase.
Owning a home can really pay off at tax time. But despite all the preparation to meet the April 15 filing deadline, mistakes can still happen.
A peek into NAR’s 2012 Home Buyer and Seller Profile gives insight into what motivates home buyers to become home owners.
Prices are rising but homeownership is still historically affordable. The recently released NAR Metropolitan Median Area Prices and Affordability Report on the fourth quarter of 2012 showed a growing number of metro areas with higher median home prices.
More people than ever are using the Internet to search for their next home. A joint study from NAR and Google revealed that real estate-related Google searches grew 253 percent over the past four years.
More and more renters aspire to become homeowners, according to a recent survey. According to survey results, nearly 60 percent of current renters plan to purchase a home in the next two years.
On January 1 both the Senate and House passed legislation to avert the “fiscal cliff.” The bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on January 2. Read more about the real estate-related provisions in the bill.