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January 30, 2014:

Pending home sales measurably dropped in December, with abnormal weather partly inhibiting home shopping in much of the U.S. Declines were experienced in all four major regions.

January 28, 2014:

NAR commends President Obama for highlighting two key policy reforms during his State of the Union address tonight that support the future of homeownership and the business of real estate.

January 28, 2014:

A new offer through the REALTOR Benefits® Program gives members of the National Association of REALTORS® a new way to thank and stay connected with their clients.

January 27, 2014:

Realtors® applaud the Senate for moving to consider and debate the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act, which will help the millions of homeowners who are now facing dramatic flood insurance rate increases.

January 23, 2014:

Existing-home sales edged up in December, sales for all of 2013 were the highest since 2006, and median prices maintained strong growth.

January 16, 2014:

A home’s curb appeal is crucial because it can be the first thing buyers notice about a home. That’s why Realtors® rated exterior projects among the most valuable home improvement projects in the 2014 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report.

January 14, 2014:

REALTOR® Magazine and the Good Neighbor Society are seeking nominees for Volunteering Works, a grant and mentoring program for REALTORS® who do community service.

January 8, 2014:

Realtors® applaud the decision by Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mel Watt to delay increases in guarantee fees on loans purchased by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

January 8, 2014:

NAR is pleased to announce a two-year extension of its agreement with Chrysler Group LLC as NAR’s official automobile manufacturer through the REALTOR Benefits® Program.

January 7, 2014:

New mortgage lending rules to protect consumers from risky loan products will take effect this Friday, and Realtors® will be on the front lines as homebuyers access safer mortgages that meet strong underwriting standards.

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