Tuesday
May 22, 2018

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 11/11/2011
    NAR is expanding its global reach through several new initiatives, including the launch of Realtor.com® International and “Global Day” at the REALTORS(R) Conference & Expo in Anaheim today.
  • 11/11/2011
    The housing recovery will continue on its slow but steady pace over the next couple of years, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun said Friday morning at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo Economic Issues & Residential Real Estate Business Trends forum.
  • 11/10/2011
     The monthly mortgage payment for a median-priced single-family home today is $700, nearly 40 percent less than when it averaged $1,140 in 2006. 
  • 11/10/2011
     The majority of Americans say candidates’ positions on housing will be very important to them in the 2012 presidential and congressional elections, according to a new survey. Find out what their top housing concerns are. 
  • 11/10/2011
    In several states, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is offering foreclosed homes with only a $100 down payment.
  • 11/10/2011
     More borrowers took advantage of lower interest rates this past week to buy homes and refinance existing loans.
  • 11/10/2011
      The federal government is trying to unload some real estate, and your buyers can now start the bidding in online auctions on various government properties, including residential homes in sought-after areas. 
  • 11/10/2011
    NAR named Chrysler Group LLC as the association's “Official Automobile Manufacturer” and the latest addition to the REALTOR Benefits® Program.
  • 11/09/2011
    "Perceptions as much as the realities of home ownership are standing in the way of boosting demand for housing," says a spokesperson for Move Inc. about new survey findings on Americans’ views on home ownership.
  • 11/09/2011
    At the current pace, it will take more than eight years to clear out the backlog of foreclosures in about half the U.S. states, according to LPS Applied Analytics. Find out which cities are facing some of the largest backlogs of foreclosures in their pipelines.