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Policy Issues Top of Mind as REALTORS® Head to Washington

May 12, 2014: 

This week, REALTORS® from across the country will advocate policies that impact real estate markets during the REALTOR® Party Convention & Trade Expo.

Home-Price Growth Slows in Many Metro Areas during First Quarter

May 12, 2014: 

Although strong year-over-year price growth continued in most metropolitan areas in the first quarter, increases were somewhat smaller.

All-Cash Sales Up While Distressed Sales and Investors Decline

May 8, 2014: 

The latest Realtors® Confidence Index shows the market share of all-cash purchases is rising, despite declines in distressed sales and investor activity.

New NAR Guide Helps MLSs Highlight Green Homes and Features

May 7, 2014: 

NAR's new Green MLS Implementation Guide helps multiple listing services promote the special features of green homes.

Realtors® Report Positive Outlook in Commercial Market with Increases in Sales Volume, Income

May 6, 2014: 

REALTORS® who practice commercial real estate reported an increase in sales transaction volume and medium gross annual income last year.

Pending Home Sales Increase in March

April 28, 2014: 

After months of stagnant activity, pending home sales rose in March, marking the first gain in the past nine months.

Existing-Home Sales Remain Soft in March

April 22, 2014: 

Existing-home sales were essentially flat in March, while the growth in home prices moderated.

NAR Announces Eight Start-Ups to Enter 2014 REach Accelerator Class

April 21, 2014: 

REach®, part of NAR's strategic investment arm, has announced the selection of eight companies to its 2014 accelerator class.

HouseLogic Wins Best Real Estate Social Media Campaign of the Year

April 4, 2014: 

HouseLogic.comhas won the 2014 Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) “Best Real Estate Social Media Campaign Award.”

Vacation Home Sales Surge in 2013, Investment Property Declines

April 2, 2014: 

Vacation home sales rose strongly in 2013, while investment purchases fell below the elevated levels seen in the previous two years.

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