179 Ways Agents Who Are REALTORS® Are Worth Every Penny of Their Compensation

Pre-Listing Activities: 1. Make appointment with seller for listing presentation 2. Send seller a written or e-mail confirmation of listing appointment and call to confirm 3. Review pre-appointment questions 4. Research all comparable currently listed properties 5. Research sales activity from Local MLS Broker Marketplaces and public records databases 6. Research Average Days on Market

NAR Issues 2024 Real Estate Forecast

NAR Issues 2024 Real Estate Forecast By Kerry Smith Economist Lawrence Yun predicts that home sales will rise by 15% next year, and by spring, mortgage rates will hover in the 6% to 7% range. ANAHEIM, Calif. – National Association of Realtors® (NAR) Chief Economist Lawrence Yun looked the current state of the U.S. residential

Home Offices Become Less Appealing to Homebuyers

NOVEMBER 6, 2023 Share this article: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrintShare Home Offices Become Less Appealing to Homebuyers Buyer demand dropped after employers started recalling workers to the office, and words like “cloffice” and “Zoom room” are appearing in fewer listings. NEW YORK – The home office is losing potency as a selling point among today’s buyers, many of

Monroe County tops the list with a median home value just shy of $1M ($957,819) – but it’s not No. 1 for median income ($73,153).

MIAMI – If your retirement plan is a vision of luxury, maybe one of Florida’s wealthiest counties will catch your attention. Or maybe you want to live out your youthful days in one of those rich places. The wealthiest county of Florida’s 67 counties has a median home value of almost $1 million – almost

Builders told Congress that regulations make it difficult to construct more affordable housing – and they created a list of six specific regulatory roadblocks.

WASHINGTON – The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) told Congress this week that government regulations and mandates supporting environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies impede the industry’s ability to increase production of quality, affordable housing. Testifying at a House Financial Services subcommittee hearing, NAHB Chairman Alicia Huey said a growing number of ESG policies