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August Existing-Home Sales Rise, Limited Inventory Continues to Push Prices

September 19, 2013: 

Existing-home sales increased in August and reached the highest level in six and a half years, while the median price shows nine consecutive months of double-digit year-over-year increases.

Quiz: 2013 Profile of Real Estate Firms: Part I

September 18, 2013: 

How much do you know about the typical real estate firm? Take this quiz to find out.

More Home Owners Show Desire to Remodel

September 18, 2013: 

"The national upward trend in remodeling is unmistakable," says an industry spokesman about the latest remodeling index results.

Webinar: 2013 Profile of Real Estate Firms

September 17, 2013: 

Join Jessica Lautz, NAR Research's Director of Member and Consumer Survey Research, as she discusses the recently released 2013 NAR Profile of Real Estate Firms.

Rise to New Heights

September 16, 2013: 

The 2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo is less than two months away. Register today! November 8-11, San Francisco.

10% of Home Owners Still Underwater

September 10, 2013: 

As prices rise, more home owners are regaining equity. But some metros are still facing a disproportionate number of underwater home owners.

Investor Demand Starts to Cool

September 10, 2013: 

The proportion of investors involved in the housing market has fallen in the last few months. As their numbers dwindle, it may allow other buyers to step in.

Leadership Summit 2013: Financial Outlook & Economic Update

September 10, 2013: 

At the 2013 Leadership Summit, 2014 NAR Treasurer Mike McGrew and NAR Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Lawrence Yun present the latest housing statistics and economic forecast.

Condo Boom? Market Shows Signs of a Revival

September 10, 2013: 

The condo sector has seen lackluster growth the last few years, but it may finally be experiencing a turnaround.

List of Improving Housing Markets Hits Record High

September 10, 2013: 

Now 291 U.S. housing markets are listed as "improving," but that may be partially explained by a change in the method used to calculate the measure.