Georgia REALTORS® (GAR) is focusing policy discussions on what this means for real estate in the years to come.
The COVID pandemic has caused a shakeup in where, and how, many people work. That has helped propel a thriving housing market.
A recent NAHB survey shows that regulatory costs imposed by the government account for $93,870 (or 23.8%) of the current price of new homes.
Whether they’re still weary of going to a gym full of people or just looking to work off those extra pandemic pounds in privacy, homebuyers are increasingly prioritizing home exercise rooms.
The firm ranked No. 5 in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Top Workplaces 2021 survey, and 16 of its agents were recognized with the Phoenix Award by the Atlanta Realtors Association.
“A credit report and credit score are the gateway to a mortgage,” — NAR President Charlie Oppler.
The National Association of Home Builders published the results of its Special Study for Housing Economics, highlighting the 2020 annual census of who makes up its members.
“The demand for a home purchase is widespread, multiple offers are prevalent, and days-on-market are swift, but contracts are not clicking due to record-low inventory.” — NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun
The association honored member teams and individuals by the value of properties sold and the number of units sold during the year.
The National Association of Realtors sends a message to members that it is working to ensure that the proposed Protecting the Right to Organize Act will not hurt their status as independent contractors.