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.
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.
REALTORS® welcome today’s announcement from Fair Isaac Corp., or FICO, that it will no longer penalize borrowers for certain debt-collection activities when calculating credit scores.
Realtor® leaders are hearing from the nation’s foremost experts on environmental risk management during NAR's first environmental summit.
NAR investments Updater and zipLogix have announced a partnership to help real estate professionals streamline the moving process for their clients from within zipForm®.
After three consecutive months of solid gains, pending home sales slowed modestly in June.
First-time homebuyers have been largely absent from the housing market in the current economic recovery, but some metropolitan areas – particularly in the Midwest and West – are well positioned to see increases in home-buying from the Millennial generation in upcoming years.
NAR testified before the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security, commending FEMA for implementation of flood insurance reforms.
Existing-home sales increased in June, while rising inventory continues to push overall supply towards a more balanced market.