News Releases by Year
The outlook for all of the major commercial real estate sectors is slightly improving despite disappointing economic growth during the first quarter of 2014.
Existing-home sales increased for the first time this year in April, while inventory meaningfully increased and home price growth moderated.
Reflecting the 11.5 percent growth in home prices last year, income and sales volume jumped for the third year in a row, according to the 2014 National Association of Realtors® Member Profile. The survey also found an increase in new and younger members to NAR in 2013.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is taking steps to improve services for active and former military service members who are ready to buy a home.
Realtors® from across the country gathered today to discuss the effects of traffic and commuting on homebuying.
Despite a sluggish economy, commercial practitioners are reporting improvements in the market, and expect improvements to continue in the years to come.
New enhancements to residential listing site realtor.com® are giving consumers the features they want and ensuring that they can continue to rely on the site for the freshest and most comprehensive property listings.
Housing activity was sub-par in the first quarter of this year, dampened in part by severe weather patterns, but an uptrend is expected with healthy underlying demand over the balance of the year and through 2015.
A group of rising young REALTORS® is taking advantage of renewed optimism in housing and commercial real estate markets to champion their client’s buying, selling, and investing goals and advance their real estate careers.
The inability of the U.S. Congress to compromise on key issues such as immigration reform, healthcare and government spending will likely continue through President Obama’s second term.