Home prices are rising and foreclosures are falling, but the Obama administration's latest housing scorecard exercises a cautious tone once again.
The market hasn't reached bottom everywhere. Foreclosure spikes in some states mean that prices aren't rising evenly.
The number of homes for sale in June reached the highest level in the past year and numbers are posting higher than normal gains for this time of year, realtor.com® reports.
NAR and other real estate organizations made a clear case for not harming the attractiveness of home mortgage lending with increased capital requirements.
Read the highlights from NAR Research's Twitter chat on Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends.
In markets where prices are rising rapidly, brokers accuse appraisers of lagging behind and jeopardizing sales.
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Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designation course packages are available at a 25% discount until July 31. The courses help members work with international buyers.
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