The damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy will create a market slowdown in the short term, but the areas affected will likely see a big boost in later months.
Join the Realtor.com Building Hope Challenge in support of Habitat for Humanity. Simply vote for the state you would like to receive the donation that Realtor.com is making to help revitalize a community in need.
The Realtors Property Resource® (RPR) is now officially open to all of the 1 million members of the National Association of REALTORS®. Here are some resources to help you get started with this tool.
The downgrade of Hurricane Sandy to a "post-tropical cyclone" by the time it struck the East Coast could potentially save home owners thousands of dollars in home insurance deductibles.
Another sign of economic recovery: The home ownership rate is no longer falling, and some housing analysts expect it to soon start rising.
While standards for FHA loans have stayed about the same as they were in 2006, borrowers with credit scores lower than 660 are facing a tougher time in getting approved these days.
Going to the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando? You'll find resources, information, and solutions for you and your business at NAR's booth, #745. Plus, meet and get an autograph from Jim Belushi—star of TV, stage, and screen—on Saturday, Nov. 10, from 1-4 p.m.
One thing every parent learns all too quickly: Kids' stuff seems to infiltrate every space in their home. Help parents reclaim their space by posting to your blog a free article from NAR's REALTOR® Content Resource with kids' room storage solutions for any age. It's one of five free "Be Squirrelly: Start Storing Smartly This Winter" articles you can use to help home owners clear their family's clutter.
A roster of experts gave a range of presentations looking at the special considerations of workforce housing at the recent NAR Workforce Housing Conference in Chicago. Get the highlights on multifamily sessions, including why you should build relationships with your state's housing finance authority.
The Institute of Real Estate Management's new book has some great ideas on how to prepare any building for any disaster in striking range.