Realtors® applaud the U.S. Senate for passing the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act, H.R. 3370, to curb flood insurance rate hikes for homes and commercial properties.
Young home buyers remain optimistic and see their home as a good investment, while older buyers are more likely to trade down to a smaller property to match changing lifestyles.
The Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act is a responsible solution to the flood insurance rate increases triggered by the Biggert-Waters reforms.
Pending home sales were essentially unchanged in January. Monthly gains in the South and Northeast were offset by declines in the West and Midwest.
NAR supports reforms that promote economic growth, but strongly opposes severely altering the rules that govern ownership and investment in real estate.
After a comprehensive national search, Katie Raynolds Johnson has been selected as the association’s newest Senior Vice President and General Counsel.
Market fundamentals in commercial real estate continue to improve but at a slower pace, according to the NAR quarterly commercial real estate forecast.
Existing-home sales fell in January to the lowest level in a year-and-a-half, but ongoing inventory shortages continue to lift prices in much of the U.S.
NAR is accepting applications for REALTOR® Magazine’s Good Neighbor Awards, which recognize REALTORS® who demonstrate exceptional community service.
To help Realtors® keep up with the latest business technologies, NAR is continuing its one-day technology conference series, NAR Tech Edge.