Home Values Performed 42 Percent Better When Located Near Public Transportation During Last Recession
Data from a new study from the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and the National Association of Realtors® reveals that during the last recession, residential property values performed 42 percent better on average if they were located near public transportation with high-frequency service.
February existing-home sales and prices affirm a healthy recovery is underway in the housing sector.
The 2013 Profile of Buyers’ Home Feature Preferences reveals the home features buyers prefer, and the variation in preferences by region and demographics.
Tax season is underway, and homeowners gearing up to meet the April 15 filing deadline can find the tax tips and insights they need at HouseLogic.com.
The Good Neighbor Awards recognize REALTORS® who dedicate themselves to volunteer service and community improvement. Nominations are due Monday, May 20.
NAR President Gary Thomas testified before the Senate Banking Committee that without the FHA, the housing downturn and economic recession would have been far worse for the nation.
Realtor® University's thriving Master of Real Estate degree program, now one of the largest graduate real estate programs in the world, is one year old.
Pending home sales rose in all regions in January, and have been above year-ago levels for the past 21 months.
Major commercial real estate sectors continue to improve, albeit slowly, with gradual economic improvement and job creation driving absorption of space.
Sales rose in every region but the West, which is the region most constrained by limited inventory.