The Federal Reserve is reportedly no longer in a rush to cut back on the $85 billion it spends per month on its bond-purchasing campaign, which has been helping to keep borrowing costs low.
This slideshow provides a snapshot look at some of the most popular research reports and statistics produced by NAR in 2013.
The latest version of NAR's Smart Growth Program's Consumer Preference Survey sheds light on the characteristics that people desire in their neighborhood and the trade-offs they are willing to make to do so.
Properties are staying on the market longer, based on the days on market information reported by REALTORS® in the October REALTOR® Confidence Index Survey.
Overall the impact was noticeable but somewhat lower than feared.
Home prices are continuing to rise across the country, inching closer in many areas to within 10 percent of their home price peaks, CoreLogic reports.
This is a recap of the Twitter chat conducted by Director of Member and Consumer Survey Research Jessica Lautz on the latest information and trends from the 2013 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.
A low number of homes for sale is pushing home prices up to double-digit gains year-over-year, the National Association of REALTORS® reports.
A survey of real estate practitioners shows a slowdown in market activity, but some practitioners say it's a "welcome brake" on price growth.
In this video, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the continued decline of pending home sales in October 2013.