New housing starts numbers suggest that if you can’t buy it, then build it, according to one economist.
It’s been about two years since the National Association of Realtors launched its financial planning and assistance wing, the Center for Realtor Financial Wellness, and just in time to find its footing for the coming global recession.
Foreign investors have taken pause when it comes to buying U.S. residential real estate, but better opportunities may be around the corner, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Contract activity up over last year “remarkable,” according to NAR chief economist.
Homes across the state of Georgia saw a rebound, especially those priced at over $200,000.
See how the South did last month compared to the rest of the nation.
NAR’s annual member profile shows that Realtors had already begun adopting new technology prior to the coronavirus outbreak.
The National Association of Realtors is increasing its efforts to address discrimination and bias in the industry, following Newsday investigation and nationwide protests.
Nearly a third of NAR members told the association they’re prepared for a second wave of the novel coronavirus.
A new task force at the Georgia Association of Realtors aims to facilitate “an association-wide discussion about how GAR can become the diverse, inclusive community of members it envisions.”