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Customers Most Satisfied at This Company

July 16, 2013: 

J.D. Power reveals which real estate companies rank highest for customer satisfaction in its latest Home Buyer/Seller Satisfaction study.

Reading Is Its Own Reward, But...

July 16, 2013: 

Sometimes it's nice to get a little incentive to do what you know you probably should be doing anyway. Starting today, the National Association of REALTORS®' library is offering a special deal to any member who downloads a free book.

Using Social Media the Right Way

July 15, 2013: 

Make sure that you're using the right platform for each of your various social media messages.

Lenders Near End of Foreclosure Payouts

July 15, 2013: 

Many home owners who were in foreclosure in 2009 and 2010 are eligible for payouts as part of a foreclosure settlement, but so far only about two-thirds of borrowers have cashed their checks.

Obama Administration Still Wary on Recovery

July 15, 2013: 

Home prices are rising and foreclosures are falling, but the Obama administration's latest housing scorecard exercises a cautious tone once again.

Where Housing Bargains May Still Lurk

July 15, 2013: 

The market hasn't reached bottom everywhere. Foreclosure spikes in some states mean that prices aren't rising evenly.

Housing Inventories Rising Faster Than Usual

July 15, 2013: 

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.

With BASEL III Out, a Big Win for Real Estate

July 15, 2013: 

NAR and other real estate organizations made a clear case for not harming the attractiveness of home mortgage lending with increased capital requirements.

Twitter Chat Recap: Generational Trends

July 15, 2013: 

Read the highlights from NAR Research's Twitter chat on Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends.

Appraisals Scuttle Home Sales Where Prices Rise Fast

July 13, 2013: 

In markets where prices are rising rapidly, brokers accuse appraisers of lagging behind and jeopardizing sales.

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