Another ratings site appears to be selling positive reviews to real estate professionals concerned about reputation management.
A new study suggests that home owners may be unaware of unhealthy conditions in their homes.
There are more than 25 million single women over the age of 45, which is making up a growing demographic of home buyers.
Find out markets that offer some of the highest returns for investors of single-family rental homes.
NAR is working to protect the many long-standing tax incentives to home and property ownership.
There are many questions surrounding the subject of cold calling and how successful it can be.
Major news outlets have been talking about the Obama Administration possibly requesting $943 million from the U.S. Treasury this year to shore up the finances of the Federal Housing Administration. But whether the 80-year-old agency will actually need the cash infusion is far from clear.
Since Member Value Plus (MVP) launched in April 2012, tens of thousands of NAR members have taken action and earned nearly $756,000 in value. You can find out how many of your members are taking advantage of the program, which provides rewards for taking specified actions, by e-mailing Colleen Doyle or calling 312-329-3287.
NAR has created an issue brief on appraisal independence. Access and download the brief to share with your members to help keep them on top of what they can and can't do when it comes to interacting with appraisers. For more information, contact Sarah Young at 202-383-1233.
Your members can learn about cutting-edge real estate technologies at NAR Tech Edge, a one-day technology conference that NAR will host in Fairfax, Va., on April 12; Bullhead City, Ariz., on April 19; San Francisco on July 24; Boca Raton, Fla., on August 7; Columbus, Ohio on September 7; Parsippany, N.J., on September 23; Chicago on October 9; and Springfield, Mass., on October 18.