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Take Long View on Tax Reform, Analyst Says

February 1, 2013: 

 A prominent political analyst says REALTORS® should be prepared for a long battle to protect home ownership.

Foreclosure Relief Extended to Sandy Victims

February 1, 2013: 

Home owners whose properties were damaged or destroyed due to Hurricane Sandy will receive additional protection against foreclosure.

Fannie, Freddie to Allow Walkaways in Some Cases

February 1, 2013: 

Underwater borrowers who have stayed current with their mortgage payments now may be able to give up their properties and get their debts erased, according to new guidelines issued by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

¿Se puede leer en español?

February 1, 2013: 

The NAR Library has a great selection of Spanish-language E-books available to download.  

2012-13 Cost vs. Value: Make the First Impression Count

January 31, 2013: 

Updating the outside of a home pays off, according to this year's Cost vs. Value Report. Real estate professionals ranked exterior improvement projects as winning the buyers' eye and providing sellers with the most return on investment.

Cabinetry: The Backbone of a Hardworking Kitchen

January 31, 2013: 

As kitchens have become rooms for doing more than just cooking, the need to maximize space has become paramount. That's where cabinets come in handy. Learn about home owners' options in using these to creative aesthetically pleasing storage solutions.

Tax Reform: REALTOR® Engagement to Be Key

January 31, 2013: 

Members of Congress will benefit hearing from REALTORS® to reduce the chance they make changes to the tax system that could hurt markets, experts said at an event in Washington.

10 Best Places to Buy a Foreclosure in 2013

January 31, 2013: 

 See where the price discounts are the largest when buying a foreclosure property.

6 Must-Haves for Women in Home Shopping

January 31, 2013: 

 What do women want in a home? Consumer research experts weigh in.

Bad Neighbors Can Decrease Property Values

January 31, 2013: 

 A bad neighbor can bring down the value of a home, possibly by even up to 10 percent, according to the Appraisal Institute.

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