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June Existing-Home Sales Slip on Contract Cancellations, but Prices Stabilize

July 20, 2011: 

Existing-home sales eased in June as contract cancellations spiked unexpectedly, although prices were up slightly. Sales gains in the Midwest and South were offset by declines in the Northeast and West. Single-family home sales were stable while the condo sector weakened.

Pending Home Sales Turn Around in May

June 29, 2011: 

Pending home sales rose strongly in May with all regions experiencing gains from a year ago, pointing to higher housing activity in the second half of the year.

Housing Pulse Survey 2011

June 22, 2011: 

NAR’s ninth housing pulse survey reflects that, as the housing market continues to struggle, Americans worry that policy proposals coming out of Washington could drag the market down further or deter potential new homeowners.

Existing-Home Sales Decline in May with Market Constraints, Temporary Conditions

June 21, 2011: 

Existing-home sales were down in May as temporary factors and financing problems weighed on the market.

April Pending Home Sales Drop After Two Monthly Gains

May 27, 2011: 

Pending home sales fell in April with regional variations following increases in February and March, with unusual weather and economic softness adding to ongoing problems that are hobbling a recovery.

Commercial Real Estate Markets Stabilizing, Demand Growing

May 24, 2011: 

WASHINGTON (May 24, 2011) - The improving economy and job creation mean growing demand for commercial real estate, according to the National Association of Realtors®.

April Existing-Home Sales Ease

May 19, 2011: 

Existing-home sales slipped in April, although the market has managed six gains in the past nine months.

NAR Member Survey Shows Focus on Training, Commitment to Profession

May 17, 2011: 

Realtors® have been focusing more on training to help them better meet the needs of clients in a housing market with unique challenges, according to the 2011 National Association of Realtors® Member Profile.

NAR Chief Economist Sees Sluggish but Improving Commercial Outlook

May 13, 2011: 

The commercial real estate market continues a slow pace toward recovery with occupancy rates rising in the office and industrial properties in most major cities across the U.S. supported by rising employment and restocking of wholesale inventory.

Housing and Economic Forecast Points to Rising Activity

May 12, 2011: 

Home sales are expected to stay on an uptrend through 2012, although the performance will be uneven with mortgage constraints weighing on the market, according to experts at a residential real estate forum today at the Realtors® Midyear Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo here.

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