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“Plant therapy” is a coping method for those hunkering down at home.
“A lot of people can’t stand where they’re living now. They want to feel part of a community,” says one real estate pro.
Find out where home shoppers are finding the largest homes for the least amount of money outside major city centers.
Despite housing's recovery during the pandemic, iBuying activity continues to lag.
The new nonprofit group seeks to be the voice for millions of property owners across the country.
Tips and tools for new broker-owners who are carving their path as business leaders. From the virtual 2020 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 2-18
The emergence of super-fast wireless speeds will potentially widen buyers’ home searches and accelerate growth in real estate technology. From the virtual 2020 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 2-18
If you don’t lead sellers into listings with integrity, you risk getting into dicey situations. Relying on research and ethics will protect you, your business, and your clients. From the virtual 2020 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 2-18
As a result of low rates, homebuying activity is at its highest level since 2006, NAR says.
Learn about some of the most common Code of Ethics violations that can trip up even the most well-intentioned REALTORS®. From the virtual 2020 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 2-18
The number of people who locked-in mortgage rates for second homes – in spite of a pandemic-caused economic dip – suggests a K-shaped recovery.
NAR speakers said that NAR’s bilateral agreements give Realtors a gateway into global business and a symbol of trust. Under the agreements, member organizations agree to abide by NAR’s Code of Ethics, which gives each group a deeper level of...
A member of an HOA’s Architectural Review Committee says some legit requests for home expansions “would look very different.” Is that reason enough to deny them?
If a lender doesn’t require flood insurance, many homeowners assume they don’t need it. But in S. Fla., Tropical Storm Eta’s visit shows it’s still worth consideration.
As it currently stands, the CDC’s eviction moratorium ends on Dec. 31, 2020. The order, which may or may not be extended, is limited in scope.
According to Leigh Brown, most agents aren’t asking one game-changer question: “Hey, friend, what are the three things you’re looking for in the agent you hire?”
State regulators approved about 100 rate-hike requests in 2020, with at least two close to 30%. But those are averages – a specific owner’s rate hike might be higher.
The Dept. of Justice-NAR agreement isn’t finalized, but NAR says it will institute changes, such as making info on buyers’ agents’ compensation publicly available in the MLS and creating a definitive rule that buyers’ agents can’t represent their...
The new president issued a formal apology, calling earlier policies “an outrage to our morals and our ideals. It was a betrayal of our commitment to fairness and equality.”
An 8-episode first-time homebuyer series on YouTube focuses on the problems that can occur during a transaction – and the Realtors who solve those problems.