Though NAR has urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to extend the rule, the agency’s director would only agree to take into account disruptions related to the COVID-19 pandemic in managing the transition.
In a virtual version of NAR’s annual political forum, the former governor and former mayor dished on the upcoming election and the political ramifications of the local and national responses to the COVID-19 crisis.
Georgia Association of Realtors members say in a recent survey that buyer interest is slowly returning.
The weekly flash survey by the National Association of Realtors shows that buyers are looking for different features post-COVID-19.
NAR’s vice president of demographics and behavioral insights says rising preference away from metro areas could be a boon to smaller cities.
Few are dropping prices and many plan to carry on with their home sale. Buyers may be a different story, though.
NAR chief economist tells the Atlanta Realtors Association that housing and Georgia are well positioned to recover from recession.
Economists believe home sales can help drive the nation’s economic recovery from COVID-19.
A National Association of Realtors survey shows that one in 10 members have either seen their business grow or remain flat under COVID-19.
Multiple listing services across the country are waiving or reducing fees and offering new services in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Will these innovations become permanent?