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Home Ownership Matters

Home Ownership Matters

It’s more important than ever to support responsible home ownership.

  • NAR has extensive resources for its Home Ownership Matters campaign. These materials help practitioners be the go-to contacts when customers wonder about the impact of  lawmakers' actions on their homes and the housing market.

  • This paper examines home ownership and the impact of stable housing on social outcomes.

  • Three bills have been introduced by members of the tax-writing committees that would extend the 2007 mortgage cancellation relief that is currently scheduled to expire at the end of 2012.

  • NAR President Moe Veissi invites one of NAR's most respected leaders and statesmen, 2001 NAR President Richard Mendenhall, to share an inspiring and entertaining story of how General Schwarzkopf realized the no. 1 role of leadership: raise the bar. The story punctuates the reason for the REALTOR® rally in May to make sure housing is protected for generations to come.

  • See what the store has to offer in support of the Home Ownership Matters campaign.

  • Here are some recent podcasts highlighting Home Ownership Matters issues.

  • In the March 5 edition of "Mondays with Moe," 2012 NAR President Moe Veissi announces that the website for the Rally to Protect the American Dream is now live. He encourages every member to go the site now to register, as well as every association to go to the site to request a bus to help bring members to the Rally.

  • We've compiled 229 tips and trends to help you get where you want to be. Now, the ball's in your court.

  • A new National Association of Realtors® collaboration with the U.S. Department of the Treasury will help Realtors® better assist homeowners who are struggling to sell their homes in a short sale.

  • In the February 21st edition of the President's Podcast, 2012 NAR President Moe Veissi discusses two important issues facing REALTORS®. First, he corrects misinformation that members may have heard about a 3.8 percent tax in the new health care law, and reiterates that it is not a transfer tax. Second, he provides an important update on the rally that REALTORS® are holding to...

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