Officials from Fannie Mae and the FHFA told attendees of the 2012 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Orlando that there's a broad consensus about what needs to be accomplished, but questions remain about the future of government-sponsored enterprises.
One of the country's most widely respected political commentators told attendees at the 2012 REALTORS® Conference & Expo to prepare for the possibility that the mortgage interest deduction may change.
Learn how to go from social media to social business from the expert advice of presenters at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo Marketing Forum.
Banks may still have a lot of bad commercial loans on their books, but smart real estate professionals shouldn't be shy about capitalizing on them.
About 100 REALTORS® volunteered their carpentry skills at the Stag Horn Villas, an $8 million, energy-efficient, townhome community in Florida. This is the 12th year NAR members have participated in a Habitat for Humanity build during the REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
"I think there's been value erosion downtown," says the CEO of a major commercial investment company about office buildings in Manhattan.
With expectations that rents will keep on rising, more Americans are being tempted by home ownership, a new survey shows.
Freddie Mac's fraud unit is partnering with real estate professionals to try to spot impostor landlords, a growing problem hitting foreclosures, it says.
Fannie Mae announced that an improving housing market has helped move the mortgage giant to a third-quarter profit and it will not require any additional taxpayer bailout money. Freddie Mac also reported a profit earlier this week.
REALTOR® Magazine's look at Tuesday's election results from the presidential campaign to the successes of NAR-backed candidates.