Affordability Concerns, Uncertainty about Down Payment Requirements Ensnaring Renters, Latest HOME Survey Shows
Home-price growth and tight supply making renters uncertain about whether it’s a good time to buy a home.
In July, pending home sales expanded in most of the country and reached their second highest reading in over a decade.
The National Association of Realtors® has named 10 Realtors® as finalists for REALTOR® Magazine’s 2016 Good Neighbor Awards.
Commercial real estate activity is expected to continue to rise, with a growing share of it in smaller markets.
Slowed by low inventory levels in many parts of the country, July existing-home sales decreased year-over-year for the first time since November 2015.
NAR joined forces last year with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to enrich the lives of Club kids and teens in communities across the U.S.
SentriLock and Realtors Property Resource® have partnered to give NAR members direct access to RPR property data through SentriLock’s SentriSmart app.
Families with children often buy homes in late spring, but rising prices and lack of homes for sale may mean more families home-shopping into fall.
Home prices continued to rise in most metro areas during the second quarter, causing affordability to fall slightly despite low mortgage rates.
There are affordable metro areas with above-average hiring rates and many renters with enough income to qualify to buy a home.