NAR President Steve Brown walks you through the requirement to have health insurance by March 31, 2014, under the Affordable Care Act.
Victoria Gillespie of REALTORS® Federal Credit Union explains why practitioners should set aside half their commission check each time they get one in the second video in the REALTOR Magazine® series called Your Money Matters.
REALTORS® Relief Foundation President Martin Edwards encourages members everywhere to step up with help for REALTORS® and their families and others struggling to recover from tornadoes in Illinois and flooding in Colorado.
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In this video, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the continued decline of pending home sales in October 2013.
This video contains the highlights of Dr. Lisa Sturtevant's talk about the Paycheck-to-Paycheck tool, which compares wages and housing costs in 207 metro areas, median home prices and the income needed to afford them as well as median incomes for 76 different occupations.
This video contains Dr. Lisa Sturtevant's full talk about the Paycheck-to-Paycheck tool, which compares wages and housing costs in 207 metro areas, median home prices and the income needed to afford them as well as median incomes for 76 different occupations.
How relevant is the number "30" in our culture? It turns out, a lot. The 30-year fixed rate mortgage is the most popular, sound, and enduring mortgage available. In fact, it is the cornerstone of mortgage financing in the United States.
Director of NAR Member and Consumer Survey Research Jessica Lautz talks about the 2013 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.
NAR President Gary Thomas was in Washington this week, where he testified on Capitol Hill about the importance of a government guarantee and the preservation of the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage. Gary provides a recap of his visit in his latest video podcast. Watch it now.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about pending home sales, which declined for the fourth consecutive month in September as higher mortgage interest rates and higher home prices curbed buying power.