See how the South did last month compared to the rest of the nation.
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.
As the divide between African American and white homeownership increases, the National Association of Realtors is working to educate Realtors on discrimination and stimulate homeownership.
It’s time to celebrate Pride Month and the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision for workplace equality. What better way than to meet some members of the LGBTQ community at RE/MAX?
Economists with the Mortgage Bankers Association predict mortgage rates will remain low for the next couple of years, though there is at least one scenario under which they could rise more quickly.
Coach Brian Buffini, broker Leigh Brown and association leader Paula Monthofer offered solace and techniques to help Realtors weather the COVID-19 storm.
Both the way appraisers approach their work and the adoption of AVMs and other technology-based valuations will likely see major changes in the coming years, according to experts.
The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals released its Top 250 Latino Agents Report, recognizing the best Latino agents in the business. How did Atlanta do?
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.