NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the decline in existing-home sales and the rise in home prices.
NAR and members of Congress say it's premature for the Federal Housing Finance Agency to consider reducing the size of loans Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac can back.
Ginnie Mae President Ted Tozer sits down with NAR Vice President Joe Ventrone to explain why a continued federal role in the secondary market is key to a successful mortgage finance system in the U.S.
The first-ever REALTORS® Relief Foundation online silent auction takes place during the 2013 REALTOR® Conference & Expo. Bid for great offers including vacations, hotel rooms and gift certificates. Learn more in Gary's video.
NAR's Chief Economist talks about the potential effects of debt default on the real estate industry.
NAR President-elect Steve Brown explains the impact of the Oct. 1 federal government shutdown on programs important to real estate. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, and the federal flood insurance program are among the programs Brown discusses.
The new Military Relocation Professional Certification helps REALTORS® hone their knowledge and skills for working with veterans and active duty military buyers and sellers to ensure that homeownership remains affordable and accessible to them. President Gary Thomas explains more in his latest podcast.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun discusses the decline in pending home sales and rising interest rates, and looks ahead to 2014.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about existing-home sales in August 2013, which reached the highest level in 6.5 years.
NAR's 2013 Leadership Team and CEO Dale Stinton attended President Obama's briefing on the current state of the economic recovery. REALTORS® were invited because of the critical role we played to stabilize and revitalize the real estate market. President Gary Thomas recaps in the above video.