Buy Springfield Now is a collaboration of public, nonprofit, and private-sector organizations to preserve and promote homeownership opportunities in the City of Springfield, MA. An extensive network of lenders, nonprofit groups, Realtors®, attorneys and home inspectors has gathered to provide services and incentives to help open the doors of homeownership.
Realtors® Care Day is an all-day, home-repair project to help those who have critical home-maintenance needs. Each year around 30 homeowners are identified by partnering organizations to participate in the program. This annual event attracts more than 600 Realtor® volunteers and dozens of community partners.
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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.
In this video, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun discusses the rebenchmarking of EHS data.
Here you'll find the answers to 16 frequently asked questions about lead paint renovation regulation compliance.
Managing Director of Quantitative Research Jed Smith discusses the data from the 2011 Profile of International Home Buying Activity. He covers the draws for foreign buyers of U.S. real estate, the countries they're primarily coming from, and the outlook for international purchases.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the upward trend in pending home sales, which has been uneven but meaningful since reaching a cyclical low last April, and are well above a year ago.
In the 6-minute video, NAR Director of Tax Policy Linda NAR Director of Tax Policy Linda Goold talks about the hurdles facing extension of the popular mortgage cancellation law designed to help hard-hit home owners.
Since the market downturn several years ago lawmakers in Washington have been talking about reforming the secondary mortgage market but nothing has come out of Congress yet. This year, though, a lot of progress is expected to be made toward reform, so it will be especially important for real estate brokers and sales associates to stay engaged in what’s happening, particularly this spring. Learn what to expect on reform in this video with NAR analyst Tony Hutchinson.