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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.

Study: Buyers Stay in Homes Longer

January 7, 2013: 

A new study reveals how long home buyers plan, on average, to remain in their homes before moving out.

Once REOs, Tight Inventory Now Drives Home Prices

January 7, 2013: 

Falling foreclosures helped boost home prices in 2012, but don't expect the drop in foreclosures to help edge up home prices this year.

Homes Get More High Tech

January 4, 2013: 

"There are smarter phones, so why not smarter homes?" says one home tech expert.

Rates Ring in the New Year Near Record Lows

January 4, 2013: 

Home buyer affordability is staying high due to ultra low rates, Freddie Mac reports.

The YPN Wave Continues to Roll in 2012 & Into 2013

January 4, 2013: 

Check out this year in review for a comprehensive look at the many opportunities for young professionals to get involved in the National Association of REALTORS®.

Long Live the Soft Sell

January 4, 2013: 

Successful salespeople are insanely curious. Go from what to why and acquire the most overlooked trait of top performers.

New Skill Assessment Tool: UpSkill Agent

January 4, 2013: 

This tool, developed specifically for the real estate industry, will assess your skills in six key real estate competencies by having you answer a series of online questions. Find out what your skill levels are for getting listings, presenting properties, marketing, interacting with clients, and more.