According to the NAHB, The New American Home® represents the latest in luxury real estate. It was unveiled at their recent tradeshow.
Guaranteed Rate is adding more support systems and training for loan officers to boost its reverse mortgage program.
This was the fourth week in a row of declines, leaving prospective buyers hopeful for sustained low rates throughout spring homebuying season.
“Latinos are more mortgage ready. Latinos have made strides in income and are more educated in the homebuying process,” said Nidia Fromenta Peguero of Century 21 North East in Danvers, Massachusetts. “They don’t want to rent anymore.”
Vice President of Association Affairs Jennifer Wauhob brings over a decade of experience to her new role with NAR.
One major business-friendly perk in Texas is the statewide 0% corporate income tax.
Four out of the top five safest cities in America are in Texas, according to a new report from SmartAsset.
Chicago real estate legend Marki Lemons Ryhal has been named the new host of the National Association of REALTORS®’ monthly podcast, “Drive with NAR.” The first episode debuts Feb. 6.
The Department of Justice must close its reopened antitrust investigation into the National Association of Realtors, a federal judge ruled this week.
The report also shows that one-way U-Haul arrivals actually increased in Texas from 2021 to 2022.
Potential buyers want real information about the communities they’re shopping in. And while agents may feel like experts, their answers must always comply with fair housing laws. To help, the National Association of REALTORS® released some advice.
The firm’s subsidiaries include Century 21, Coldwell Banker, Corcoran Group and Sotheby’s International.
The projected year-over-year change in home sale transactions in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington region is 3.1%.
Downsizing from a four-bedroom home to a two-bedroom home in the Dallas area would save the typical homeowner nearly $246,000.
The 44th edition of the in-depth forecast report examined 80 cities to determine trends in the real estate industry for 2023.
The price index dropped in Dallas, too, declining 0.42% from June to July. Year over year, the Dallas home price index is up 16.36%.