Foreclosures have fallen in about 62 percent of the country's 212 largest metro markets in the third quarter, RealtyTrac reports.
About 74 percent of the general public says real estate agents do not do enough to justify their commission, according to a new study.
Home owners who live near a foreclosed property have lost, or stand to lose, about 7.2 percent — or $21,077, on average — of their home's value, according to a new report.
Association Executives are encouraged to attend this luncheon. 2009 NAR President Charles McMillan will speak about recruiting leadership.
Lawrence Yun looks ahead to future housing wealth distribution and the reasons behind it.
Lawrence Yun explains how to understand current employment rate statistics.
NAR's latest pending home sales release suggests that the underlying factors in the improved market are systemic and not due to just one or two transient factors.
Property advertisements in various media platforms should not be in isolation from one another. Tie together wording, imagery, and branding to reach more buyers and achieve trusted consistency in your market.
More trouble for Bank of America: Federal prosecutors have filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the company, alleging the bank issued "thousands" of bad loans and stuck taxpayers with the bill.
This announcement comes one week before the RPR rollout to all REALTORS®.