NAR's At Home With Diversity online class and certification have been approved for continuing education credit in over 35 states. Learn how to work effectively with - and within - today's rapidly growing multicultural market by taking the "At Home With Diversity" course.
NAR and the REALTOR® Team Store have partnered to offer REALTOR® Party and REALTOR® Rally items to REALTORS® and your associations at a low cost.
Harvard's annual State of the Nation's Housing report points to increasingly strong market fundamentals and says home sales really could see serious improvement this year.
Pieces are in place for housing to continue on its road to recovery but there remain plenty of uncertainties that can derail the market, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun said at a conference earlier this week.
See "Moving Pictures," the newest 30-second television commercial in NAR's national advertising effort. Part of the Public Advocacy Campaign, it underscores the value of home ownership from a child's point of view.
AEs can use the ad generator to customize versions of NAR's new Public Advocacy campaign, "New Generations," that underscores the value of homeownership from a child’s point of view.
Late last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled favorably on a case involving unearned fees under Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA). While the ruling was about mortgage lending, it has direct implications for real estate brokerages and the transparency of settlement service fees.
This one hour and 33 minute webinar from Oct. 14, 2010 discusses issues related to the difficulties with condo financing, especially in resort and second home real estate markets.
In the aftermath of the housing crisis, some analysts are questioning whether the public still considers home ownership to be part of the American dream. According to several recent surveys, the home ownership dream is still alive.
A new survey by Coldwell Banker Real Estate finds that Americans are increasingly saying that the real value of home ownership is emotional, not financial. That marks a stark contrast from Americans' perspectives on home ownership during the housing boom, in which they mostly viewed it as a financial venture.