NAR held discussions to determine today's real estate industry climate, and the research surfaced eight trends that are vital for setting strategic direction for agents, brokers, and associations alike.
In the latest edition of "Mondays with Moe" President's Podcast 2012 NAR President Moe Veissi encourages all members to celebrate the Fourth of July with the special understanding that every time they sell a home they further establish the ideals that build America into the greatest country on the face of the earth.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about pending home sales, which bounced back in May, matching the highest level in the past two years, and are well above year-ago levels.
2012 NAR Treasurer Bill Armstrong shares some great news with REALTORS® in the commercial sector about NAR's newest REALTOR Benefits® Partner, Xceligent. A result of a game-changing partnership between NAR and Xceligent, this latest REALTOR Benefit® offering will be available shortly and promises to transform the commercial real estate industry. NAR Senior Vice President of Marketing Bob Goldberg joins Bill to explain some details.
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2012 NAR President Moe Veissi highlights the broad array of recent REALTOR® Party legislative and electoral wins in the latest "Mondays with Moe" President's Podcast.
Due to low prices and the relative weakness of the dollar, international buyers continue to identify the U.S. as a desirable place to own property and make a profitable investment.
The latest commercial in NAR's national advertising effort, "Moving Pictures," began airing across the country this week. The new campaign includes a TV and radio spot, with print and online materials to come later this month. Visit the online ad generator to customize and order campaign materials to use in your local market.
In this week's President's Podcast, 2012 NAR President Moe Veissi welcomes Vice President and Liaison to Government Affairs Scott Louser and Bank of America Executive Matt Vernon.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about pending home sales, which retrenched in April following three consecutive monthly gains, but are notably higher than a year ago.