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REALTORS® Generally Expect Prices to Increase Modestly in the Next 12 Months

March 25, 2014: 

REALTORS® generally expect prices to increase over the next 12 months at a modest pace with the median expected price increase at 3.9 percent, according to the latest REALTORS® Confidence Index.

Announcing the 30 Under 30 Class of 2014

March 24, 2014: 

This year's group shares a fire for improving the real estate industry, in a diversity of markets and real estate specialties and niches.

Brown Meets At White House on GSE Reform

March 21, 2014: 

NAR President Steve Brown met with HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and the head of the National Economic Council on the reform of the secondary mortgage market.

Are Big Investors a Big Problem?

March 20, 2014: 

The recent securitization of more than 3,000 single family homes has alarmed some housing analysts. NAR's Economists' Outlook blog explains what you need to know.

Still Standing: REALTOR® Portraits of Courage

March 20, 2014: 

Check out the March/April issue of REALTOR® Magazine, "Still Standing," which features REALTOR® portraits of grit and courage you'll never forget.

Your Impact: In Recovery Mode

March 20, 2014: 

When disaster strikes, REALTORS® mobilize to bring relief to communities.

New York's Kindest: A REALTOR® is a Pooch's Best Friend

March 20, 2014: 

The Big Apple is a big place, and not everyone can get to a pet-adoption center. With nearly 30,000 homeless animals in NYC, the Fenwick Keats real estate firm made it easier to match pets with loving homes

Infographic: Common Myths About the Home Buying Process

March 14, 2014: 

The Appraisal Foundation debunks several myths about appraisals and the home buying process in this infographic.

Introducing RPR® v1.29

March 12, 2014: 

This latest release includes additional functionality to two main features: the RPR Dashboard and RPR Search.

MyRPR User Story: Ryan Bokros

March 12, 2014: 

Ryan Bokros not only uses RPR® in his business, but teaches new agents how to quickly become competitive by using it.