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'Shadow Inventory' Threat Reduced

March 27, 2013: 

The real estate industry's anxiety over the threat distressed homes pose to the recovery has lessened over the past few months thanks to a reduction in the shadow inventory.

Competition Heats Up for Home Buyers

March 27, 2013: 

Bidding wars are brewing again in more housing markets, and buyers are finding themselves up against increased competition in snagging a home.

Oh, Give Me a Home...

March 27, 2013: 

Greg Fay, founder of Fay Ranches brokerage, likens the complex process of taking a ranch from due diligence to the closing table as nothing short of real estate combat.

Even in Bad Times, Real Estate's Impact is Big

March 27, 2013: 

Even when economic times are tough, real estate activity has a positive impact on state economies. Read the state-by-state economic impact reports.

Twitter Chat on the Home Features Report

March 27, 2013: 

Join NAR economist Jessica Lautz at 2 p.m. EST on March 28, 2013 for a Twitter chat on buyer home feature preferences. Use #HomeFeatures13 to participate.

10 Places Where College Grads Can Settle

March 26, 2013: 

Here are 10 metros where college grads are most likely to find housing, work, and a suitable paycheck, according to a new study.

Will Farmland Values Reverse Course?

March 26, 2013: 

Farmland values have risen rapidly over the past few years, renewing fears of a bursting bubble in that sector.

Some Buyers Snap Up Retirement Homes Early

March 26, 2013: 

A growing crop of buyers are being lured by bargains to purchase their retirement homes years before they ever plan on retiring.

Buyers Feel Urgency From Price Appreciation

March 26, 2013: 

Home prices are inching higher and mortgage rates are expected to soon follow, and more potential buyers are weighing whether to jump in now or risk paying more by purchasing a house later.

PandoDaily Covers NAR's REach™

March 26, 2013: 

Erin Griffith from PandoDaily asks whether industry-specific accelerators like NAR's REach™ program can succeed.

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