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More Banks Halt Foreclosures for the Holidays

December 10, 2012: 

Several of the nation's largest banks announced they will halt foreclosures during the holidays, following a move made by mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac last week.

Obama: Housing on the Mend, But Fragile

December 10, 2012: 

The Obama Administration's November Housing Scorecard says the market is showing improvements that haven't been seen since before the housing crisis, but that challenges remain.

Rising to the Top: C21 CEO Leads Team of Climbers for Charity

December 10, 2012: 

This year, Rick Davidson successfully led the Climb for Kids team up Pico de Orizaba and Iztaccihuatal, Mexico's highest and third-highest mountains.

5 Tips for Staging a Winter Wonderland

December 10, 2012: 

Create a warm and inviting space that will set your listing apart from the rest.

Watchdog: Strengthen Oversight of Fannie/Freddie Pay

December 10, 2012: 

The Federal Housing Finance Agency inspector general recommended new salary benchmarks for senior staffers in order to limit taxpayer liabilities at mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun Discusses Future of Housing Market

December 10, 2012: 

Will the recovery in the housing market last? How will Europe's financial issues effect the US market? Nobu Hata interviews NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun to get the answers.

Five Ways Google Can Drive Your Real Estate Business

December 10, 2012: 

House hunters' use of digital research is increasing. Learn how to leverage this trend from 2012 REALTORS® Conference session speaker Patrick Grandinetti of Google. 

Reminder: Code of Ethics Training Deadline

December 7, 2012: 

Remind agents: Complete required Code of Ethics training by Dec. 31 or face suspension.

Company Advertises 'Prelisted' Properties

December 7, 2012: 

A listing site is now adding properties that aren't even for sale yet.

Developers Scramble to Catch Up With Apartment Boom

December 7, 2012: 

Developers are ramping up apartment construction across the country to cash in on rising rents.