Among primary residence homebuyers, the demographics have shifted dramatically, especially among first-time homebuyers.
With sales to international buyers reaching a record high, there are growing opportunities for Realtors® to expand their real estate business.
Changes in U.S. energy production are impacting jobs, income growth and quality of life, which are key determinants of real estate value and successful investment.
Realtors were honored and celebrated during the 2014 REALTORS Conference & Expo for their ongoing commitment to serving individuals and communities, helping the underprivileged, and improving the lives of their clients and neighbors.
Now that Republicans have regained control of the U.S. Senate and increased their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives, the GOP should be poised to pass sweeping reforms, but polarization and infighting will likely stand in the way of any legislative victories.
Realtors® have a responsibility to educate buyers and sellers about the different valuation models and data available.
State laws that allow for medical or recreational use of marijuana have varying implications for real estate transactions, from residential and commercial brokerage to property management and leasing.
While economic activity was mixed during the first half of the year, industry experts expressed confidence that the commercial real estate market is on the rise during the Commercial Economic Issues & Trends Forum at the 2014 REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
More than 20 million American veterans have benefitted from the Veterans Affairs Guaranteed Home Loan program over the past 70 years, but millions of former and active duty service members are not aware that they can take advantage of the homebuying program.
Top executives from many of the world’s leading real estate firms joined a panel discussion today about the impact of new technology on commercial and residential real estate markets.