5 Things You Should Know About Buying A Short Sale Property Buying a short sale home can be great way to buy a desirable home at sometimes a very affordable low price. However, if the low price tag is the only thing that the home buyer considers when looking for short sales, they will soon find themselves surrounded by a collection of ...Read more
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Over the past several years first-time home buyers may have shied away from entering the housing market due to stagnant wages and debt, but times have changed. According to TD Bank’s First-Time Home Buyer Pulse, one in five consumers is actively looking to buy his or her first home, and 46% of millennials will be looking in t ...Read more
Here’s is a list of the 10 most lethal Investor Mistakes Planning as you go. Thinking you’ll “get rich quick.” Playing Lone Ranger. Paying too much. Skipping homework. Ducking due diligence. Misjudging cash flow. Lowering the volume. Painting yourself into a corner. Miscalculating estimates. Credit for Info to P ...Read more
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WASHINGTON (August 24, 2016) — Slowed by frustratingly low inventory levels in many parts of the country, existing-home sales lost momentum in July and decreased year-over-year for the first time since November 2015, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Only the West region saw a monthly increase in closings in July.
Total existing-home sales 1, which are completed transactions that include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, fell 3.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted... Read More
Realtor® volunteers collect and distribute backpacks stuffed with school supplies to Boys & Girls Clubs kids.
WASHINGTON (August 16, 2016) — The National Association of Realtors® joined forces last year with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to enrich the lives of Club kids and teens in communities across the U.S.
Since December 2015, a total of 188 local Clubs and 18,200 Club youth have been positively impacted by Realtors® and more than $100,000 has been donated to local Clubs by associations, members and real estate firms.
"Today... Read More
WASHINGTON (August 15, 2016) – A new partnership between SentriLock and Realtors Property Resource® now gives members of the National Association of Realtors® direct access to RPR property data through SentriLock’s SentriSmart app.
A property’s relevant RPR data can now be seamlessly displayed on a smartphone in response to accessing the Sentrilock lockbox though the SentriSmart app. This gives Realtors® the ability to access the time sensitive and detailed property information needed to conduct their business, a unique advantage for members of NAR.... Read More
WASHINGTON (August 12, 2016) — In some school districts across the country, kids are already heading back to school after the summer break. While households with children commonly choose to buy a home in the late spring to get settled in before the new school season starts, rising home prices and a lack of homes for sale may mean more families have been forced to continue their house hunt into fall.
"In a fast moving market with fewer homes for sale and rising prices, more buyers find themselves in need of a real estate professional to help them find the right home and... Read More
WASHINGTON (August 10, 2016) — Home prices maintained their robust, upward trajectory in a vast majority of metro areas during the second quarter, causing affordability to slightly decline despite mortgage rates hovering at lows not seen in over three years, according to the latest quarterly report by the National Association of Realtors®. The report also revealed that for the first time ever, a metro area – San Jose, California – had a median single-family home price above $1 million.... Read More