The inventory problem that has plagued many parts of the country over the past year is showing signs of improving.
Pending home sales declined for the fourth consecutive month in September, as higher mortgage interest rates and higher home prices curbed buying power.
Third quarter fundamentals in REALTOR® commercial markets maintained a positive trajectory, despite headwinds from the government shutdown and budget debate.
In his latest blog post, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun analyzes job growth rates by state.
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage jumped to a 4.28 percent average this week, as rates edged higher leading up to the federal budget deadline, Freddie Mac reports.
The government shutdown is just one of the things that threw "a monkey wrench" in the real estate transaction process, NAR 2013 President Gary Thomas says.
Home prices in a given area tend to increase when the stock valuations of nearby publicly traded companies go up, according to a new Redfin study.
In 32 of the country's top metropolitan regions, at least 20 percent of all occupied single-family homes were rentals in 2012, a big rise from 2006.
To get a little more information on the goals of the new Predictive Analytics division, REALTOR® Magazine sat down with Managing Director Todd Carpenter for a brief conversation.
More than 11% of homes sold had a sales price over $500,000, and sales growth was highest among homes in above-median-priced categories.