A May 2009 report addressing cooperative compensation issues related to short sales, REO, types/levels of service provided by cooperating brokers, net sales prices, and bonuses
NAR introduced the Foreclosure Prevention and Response (FPR) Program to aid REALTORS®, their clients, and the nation's communities in facing the challenges of the market on March 1, 2009, as a part of the former Right Tools, Right Now program. Through this program, NAR provided $3 million in grants to state and local REALTOR® associations to help them develop coordinated plans of action to prevent foreclosures and respond to their adverse affects. The program expired as scheduled at the end of 2010.
The Technology Survey of REALTOR® Associations is a NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® survey of state and local associations' use of technology tracking programs, products, budgets, hurdles, and success stories.
Home ownership continues to be a sound investment over the long term. In the October 2010 white paper “The Long-Term Value of Home Ownership in the U.S.,” the National Association of REALTORS® offers a historical look at the social and economic effects of home ownership over the last 50 years.
2011 Q4: See what commercial practitioners had to say about market performance, sales and rental transactions, challenges, and expectations.
Find out which large metro areas and states had the lowest and highest unemployment rates.