REALTOR® University Speaker Series: Heartland Renewal? Immigrants, Their Children, and the Baby Boomer Transition
In this video, Dr. Rolf Pendall discusses the heartland renewal, the importance of the immigrant population, and falling household formation.
- Big RESPA Fine
- Net Neutrality
- Student Loan Debt
- May Existing Home Sales
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about the rise in Pending Home sales in May 2014 and gives a forecast of home-buying activity in the coming months.
Student loan debt is a growing concern for REALTORS®, because of its impact on household formation. What is NAR doing to address the issue of growing student debt? NAR's 2014 President, Steve Brown explains in his latest video.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun reports that existing-home sales in May 2014 were up solidly from the previous month and inventory levels are improving.
Dr. Raven Molloy discusses Long-Term Vacant Housing in the United States, how it is calculated, and what it means for the health of housing supply and the housing market.
Brookings Institute Fellow Jennifer Bradley discusses the Metropolitan Revolution, what is necessary to create centers of innovation, and why Detroit is a surprising example of a Revolution in action.
NAR President Steve Brown explains the next steps for implementing core standards for ensuring associations provide a professional level of services to members.
Proposed net neutrality rules by the FCC could hit real estate interests hard as some companies are allowed to buy speedier service.
Victoria Gillespie of REALTORS® Federal Credit Union shows how real estate professionals can use an investment triangle as a tool for weighing risk vs. return as they plan their retirement savings.