Which metro areas are the most expensive places to buy a home in the U.S.?
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun reports that existing-home sales in May 2014 were up solidly from the previous month and inventory levels are improving.
Each month, an expert on housing or the economy is invited to speak at NAR in Washington, D.C. Videos of the lectures are available on Realtor.org and on the REALTOR® University web site.
Existing-home sales rose strongly in May and inventory gains continued to help moderate price growth. All four regions of the country experienced sales gains compared to a month earlier.
Find out what is necessary to create centers of innovation, and why Detroit is a surprising example of a revolution in action.
Dr. Raven Molloy discusses Long-Term Vacant Housing in the United States, how it is calculated, and what it means for the health of housing supply and the housing market.
Brookings Institute Fellow Jennifer Bradley discusses the Metropolitan Revolution, what is necessary to create centers of innovation, and why Detroit is a surprising example of a Revolution in action.
Investors have been active participants in residential markets, especially after 2008. Taking a look over the past five years reveals that investors prefer specific regions of the country.
The interactive map below allows you to look at the share of REALTOR® members by state over time.
This infographic is about home buyers and sellers in the Silent Generation, born between 1925 and 1945.