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U.S. Census, HUD Release American Housing Survey

January 8, 2013: 

The U.S. Census Bureau and HUD recently released their biennual comprehensive national housing survey, which provides data on housing inventories, demographics, home improvements, mortgages, and more.

Luxury Home Sales Soared Before End of Year

January 8, 2013: 

Wealthy home owners who were trying to beat the fiscal cliff helped send luxury home sales soaring at the end of 2012.

Banks Agree to $8.5B Settlement Over Foreclosure Errors

January 8, 2013: 

Major banks get hit with another big settlement over past foreclosure abuses.

Number of Improving Housing Markets Keeps Growing

January 8, 2013: 

An index that identifies metro areas where growth has occurred in employment, home prices, and the number of housing permits allotted for at least six consecutive months has nearly doubled in the past two months.

Is the Housing Market the Missing Link to a Better Job Market?

January 8, 2013: 

"A housing revival is key to any optimism about the broader economy and jobs," writes one economist.

Code of Ethics: History in Pictures

January 8, 2013: 

See the dapper folks who created the 1913 Code of Ethics, the preamble proudly on display in 1944, and more in this slideshow looking back 100 years.

Have You Seen REALTOR® Mag's Digital Edition?

January 8, 2013: 

REALTOR® Magazine's latest issue is now available in digital form. Download the new app to view it on your tablet or smartphone or read it online.

Video: Introducing NAR REach™

January 8, 2013: 

NAR’s Managing Director, Constance Freedman, discusses NAR’s new REach™ program and how it can add value to companies and the real estate marketplace.

8 Kitchen Trends to Watch in 2013

January 7, 2013: 

Kitchens are a popular spot that home shoppers judge in a home. So what are the trends in this home hot spot for the coming year?

Florida Lawmakers Aim to Speed Up Foreclosures

January 7, 2013: 

In Florida, a foreclosure can take more than 600 days, creating huge backlogs. Lawmakers are making a third attempt at speeding up the process in the state.

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