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REALTORS® Weigh In On Drones

September 30, 2014: 

NAR analysts talk about how the National Association of REALTORS® is letting the federal government know its members are ready to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) safely and responsibly in their business once such use is permitted.

Video: August Pending Home Sales Fall Slightly

September 29, 2014: 

NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about August pending home sales and market conditions, and gives his forecast for the next six months.

The Voice for Real Estate 8: Midterm Elections, Rural Home Loans

September 22, 2014: 

Featured Segments:
• 2014 midterm elections webcast
• NAR seeks faster rural loan processing
• Credit access called key at housing summit
• GI Bill: 70 year, 20 million home loans

Video: Existing-Home Sales Slow Slightly in August

September 22, 2014: 

In this video, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the likely reasons for the slight decline in existing-home sales in August.

NAR Commercial Regulatory Update: Lease Accounting

September 16, 2014: 

NAR Government Affairs policy representatives talk about the association's efforts to prevent lease accounting changes from hurting commercial real estate.

The Voice for Real Estate 7: Debt Cancellation, FHA Prepayment Penalty

September 8, 2014: 

Featured Segments:

  • Mortgage cancellation relief
  • FHA prepayment penalty
  • Copyright infringement
  • Pending sales up

NAR Fall Legislative Update

September 5, 2014: 

NAR President Steve Brown and NAR Chief Lobbyist Jerry Giovaniello discuss REALTORS' legislative priorities as Congress returns for its last four weeks before the 2014 elections.

Video: Legal Pulse 2Q 2014 Highlights

September 3, 2014: 

Highlights from 2Q 2014's Legal Pulse Newsletter in the areas of Agency, RESPA, Property Condition Disclosure, and Ethics Issues.

Window to the Law: Website Copyright Infringement Protection

September 3, 2014: 

Jessica Edgerton, NAR Associate Counsel, discusses steps you can take to protect your website from infringement claims by employing a "safe harbor" that exists in federal law.

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