Director of NAR Member and Consumer Survey Research Jessica Lautz talks about the Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends report.
On a year-over-year basis, commercial sales increased 11 percent in the last quarter of 2013.
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.
Learn about generational differences in home buyers and sellers: the types of homes they're buying and selling, how they're searching for homes, their financing needs, and what they are looking for in a real estate professional.
Take a deeper look at local home price data at the regional, state, and city or metropolitan statistical area (MSA) level.
According to data found in NAR’s annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, home buyers and sellers consistently report they truly rely on referrals from friends and family to find an agent or they use an agent they had worked with before.
Rising home values and an improved economy changed the foreclosure picture dramatically over the last two years. Find out how your market performed.
2013 Q4: See what commercial practitioners had to say about market performance, sales and rental transactions, challenges, and expectations.
Data from the January REALTORS® Confidence Index show modest market expansion compared to the rate of market recovery in 2012 through mid-2013.
Pending home sales were essentially unchanged in January, according to NAR. Monthly gains in the South and Northeast were offset by declines in the West and Midwest.