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REALTORS® Confidence Index in December Reflects Tempered Market Expectations

January 29, 2014: 

Confidence about current market conditions was essentially unchanged from November to December in 2013.

89% of REALTORS® Report Rising Prices in December

January 29, 2014: 

Home prices are generally still rising. About 89 percent of REALTORS® who responded to NAR’s monthly survey reported constant or rising prices.

What's on REALTORS®' Minds

January 27, 2014: 

The REALTORS® Confidence Index released last week sheds some light on what practitioners' concerns are for the coming year.

New Low for First-Time Home Buyers

January 27, 2014: 

First-time home buyers accounted for a mere 27 percent of sales in December, the lowest percentage on record.

Home Sales in 2013 Rise to Strongest Level in 7 Years

January 24, 2014: 

The final numbers are in: How did the housing market’s recovery fare last year? Also, take a look at a regional snapshot of how sales are performing across the country.

December Existing-Home Sales Rise, 2013 Strongest in Seven Years

January 23, 2014: 

Existing-home sales edged up in December, sales for all of 2013 were the highest since 2006, and median prices maintained strong growth.

AE Institute Early Bird Registration Ends Soon

January 21, 2014: 

Register for the 2014 AE Institute in Baltimore by Jan. 31 and save $30 on tuition!

REALTOR® University Speaker Series: 2014 Commercial Market Outlook: Highlights Video

January 21, 2014: 

This video contains highlights of Dr. Calvin Schnure's talk about the commercial market outlook for 2014 and the trends of 2013.

REALTOR® University Speaker Series: 2014 Commercial Market Outlook: Full Video

January 21, 2014: 

This video contains Dr. Calvin Schnure's full talk about the commercial market outlook for 2014 and the trends of 2013.

Latest Housing Starts Data

January 21, 2014: 

New home construction reached the third highest level in the past 66 months. However, the latest annualized pace of new units is insufficient to satisfy demand.

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