National Association of Realtors

  • A Letdown in New Home Sales

    Existing home sales in September were fairly healthy, but new home sales were down 11.5 percent compared to August, showing the possibility of a weakening housing market.

    National 27 October 2015 19:25
  • Housing Sales Pick Up, But Inventory Anemic

    Total existing home sales, which includes single-family homes but also for-sale multifamily units, increased 4.7 percent to an annualized rate of 5.55 million units in September from a slightly downwardly revised 5.3 million units in August, according to the National Assocation of Realtors.

    National 26 October 2015 20:24
  • Baton Rouge Office Market Sees Significant Activity In April

    At this year’s TRENDS in Real Estate seminar, held at the L’Auberge Hotel, on April 16, the Greater Baton Rouge Association of Realtors said that it expects the region’s office market to remain strong in 2015. As if to prove the GBRAR right, in the days following the event it was revealed that the market registered a spike in activity this month.

    South 23 April 2015 20:17
  • Drones to Become a Reality in the Real Estate Industry

    The Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration proposed a long-awaited framework of regulations for flying small unmanned aircraft systems

    Midatlantic 19 February 2015 15:06
  • Renters by Choice Fuel Multifamily Marketplace

    Within the next decade, 5 to 6 million new-renter households will be created. Resort-style amenities, convenience and flexibility are among the benefits of apartment living.

    National 13 October 2014 21:06
  • Apartments Still a Landlords’ Market, Says NAR

    By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor Washington, DC—The forecast for rental apartments is still positive, according to the Q1 2014 Commercial Real Estate Outlook, which was released this week by the National Association of Realtors. In fact, according to the outlook, the apartment sector will remain the strongest kind of commercial real

    National 29 May 2014 21:10
  • The Cost of Buying a Home in D.C.

    The National Association of Realtors (NAR) says in its Metropolitan Median Area Prices and Affordability report for the first quarter of 2014 that the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria area is one of the most expensive markets in the country. The median sales price of existing single-family homes in the metro is $358,900. So how much would you need to earn in order to be able to buy a home here?, a mortgage resource website, has the answer.

    Washington Dc 22 May 2014 04:34

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