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September 16, 2014:

NAR President Steve Brown spoke about obstacles to mortgage credit facing creditworthy buyers today at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit, Housing America’s Future: New Directions for National Policy.

August 28, 2014:

Pending home sales rebounded in July and have now risen in four of the last five months.

August 27, 2014:

The National Association of Realtors® has recognized 10 Realtors® as finalists for REALTOR® Magazine’s 2014 Good Neighbor Awards.

August 26, 2014:

A conversation between Julián Castro, Secretary of HUD, and NAR President Steve Brown inaugurated NAR's Real Insights initiative, which will focus on giving home buyers and sellers the information they need to succeed.

August 26, 2014:

The strong rebound in economic growth during the second quarter and ongoing job creation are gradually improving the outlook for all of the major commercial real estate sectors.

August 21, 2014:

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called on Congress today to do the right thing for financially distressed American families who lost homes to foreclosure or short sales this year, and REALTORS® agree.

August 20, 2014:

Existing-home sales increased in July and the ongoing decline in distressed sales reached an important milestone.

August 18, 2014:

NAR's new .REALTOR top-level domain will be available Oct. 23, 2014, to members of NAR and the Canadian Real Estate Association.

August 14, 2014:

FHFA and NAR are participating in a town hall meeting today to talk about the HARP program, which could help more than 34,000 Atlanta residents reduce their mortgage payments.

August 12, 2014:

Home-price growth continued to moderate in many metro areas in the second quarter and year-over-year price appreciation is at its slowest pace since 2012.

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