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Commercial Sales Rise 10.7% in Q3

October 25, 2013: 

Third quarter fundamentals in REALTOR® commercial markets maintained a positive trajectory, despite headwinds from the government shutdown and budget debate.

The Latest on State by State Job Growth Rates

October 25, 2013: 

In his latest blog post, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun analyzes job growth rates by state.

2013 Q3 Commercial Real Estate Market Survey

October 24, 2013: 

2013 Q3: See what commercial practitioners had to say about market performance, sales and rental transactions, challenges, and expectations.

Mortgage Rates Higher Amid Budget Crisis

October 22, 2013: 

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.

Hurdles Home Sales are Facing Right Now

October 22, 2013: 

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.

Study: When Stocks Rise, So Do Home Prices

October 22, 2013: 

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.

Single-Family Rentals Still on the Rise

October 22, 2013: 

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.

What NAR's Big Data Initiative Is All About

October 22, 2013: 

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.

Existing-Home Sales by Price Category

October 22, 2013: 

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.

Video: September Existing-Home Sales Decline, Prices Rise

October 21, 2013: 

NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the decline in existing-home sales and the rise in home prices.

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