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November 8, 2012:

The National Association of Realtors® announces REach™, a new type of Accelerator program developed to introduce innovative technology companies to the real estate marketplace.

November 7, 2012:

ORLANDO (November 7, 2012) - As leading advocates for homeownership, Realtors® encourage communities that support responsible, sustainable housing. That is why today Realtors® dedicated their time and labor to help construct townhomes for low-income families in Habitat of Greater Orlando Area's multifamily community Stag Horn Villas.

November 7, 2012:

Growth in metropolitan area median home prices increased in the third quarter, and more areas are showing gains, according to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors®.

November 1, 2012:

The Realtors Property Resource®, a national database of property information, is now available exclusively to Realtors®, free of charge. RPR is a national database of property information, and contains hundreds of data sets on millions of properties.

October 25, 2012:

Pending home sales were little changed in September but remain well above a year ago.

October 23, 2012:

The five individuals named as this year's REALTOR® Magazine Good Neighbor Award winners value service above self and are committed to helping those in need.

October 22, 2012:

HouseLogic.com has created a video series chronicling the $20,000 backyard makeover for Allison and Aaron Smith, the winners of the website's "Boost Your Roost" contest earlier this summer.

October 19, 2012:

September existing-home sales declined modestly, but inventory continued to tighten and the national median home price recorded its seventh back-to-back monthly increase from a year earlier, according to the National Association of Realtors®.

October 10, 2012:

The National Association of Realtors® will host a national forum today in Chicago focusing on the housing needs of working families.

October 10, 2012:

The real estate market is recovering but still faces hurdles, notably from tight mortgage credit, but problems with a sizeable share of real estate appraisals also are holding back home sales, according to NAR survey findings.

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