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The association is collecting examples of how like-kind exchanges have benefited communities.
Automation and artificial intelligence are simplifying many business tasks. Find out how game-changing technologies may apply to your work.
Vacation-home sales are booming, but could certain policy changes threaten that?
Brokers at MLS Forum say education and communication are keys to policy acceptance.
REALTORS® will have a media presence at the most anticipated global event of the summer.
View some of the ways artificial intelligence can help to enhance property valuations, turn more buyers into homeowners, and even predict where your next client may come from. From the virtual 2021 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings, May 3-14
“Vaxications” and community benefits play a role in programs designed to attract customers.
Median new-home costs are reported to be lower than the latest existing-home prices in an unusual switch. But here's what those stats are missing.
Buyers may be showing concern that the market is overheating. But economists say this isn’t 2006, despite the skyrocketing prices.
Member report shows experience, sales, and income differences by race, gender, and sexual orientation. From the virtual 2021 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings, May 3-14
Rising home prices and recession memories have convinced some buyers that a bubble will pop and prices will drop. But it’s just too much demand and too little supply.
In 2001, 10% of Realtors were nonwhite; in 2020, that number rose to 24%, according to a study on career choice released by NAR. However, whites had the highest median number of transactions (7) compared to Blacks and Asians (2), Hispanics (3) and...
The newest type of real estate investing still carries risk: A Jacksonville crowdfunding firm owner pleaded guilty to mail fraud when some projects didn’t fully fund.
After two appraisals, a Black owner removed ethnic art, asked a white male to act as her rep, and added $100K to her appraisal. “Comps” choices may have played a role.
There are pros and cons to buying a new vs. existing home, but it’s taking a longer time to complete a new one – about four months more than it did two years ago.
DCF, the Fla. department charged with distributing $850M of federal funds to assist with rental assistance, introduced a dedicated website to get funds to landlords and utility companies. Applications should be available soon, and payments can be...
A U.S. District Court judge called the CDC’s eviction ban unlawful, effectively ending it. The DOJ already appealed the decision, but a stay has not yet been requested.
Renters in unincorporated Hillsborough County cannot be denied based on lawful income, including tenants who use Section 8 housing vouchers. Landlords must also give tenants a list of housing rights and provide a notice for late fees.
Trade wars could impact real estate: Starting in 2022, Americans who own Canadian summer homes may be required to pay a 1% tax on underutilized, foreign-owned homes.
In July, Realtors across Fla. will clean the state’s beaches, rivers and waterways – a hands-on approach that complements legislative efforts to protect the environment.