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FHA Report Builds Solid Case for Wider Affordability

The recent actuarial report released by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) builds a solid case for widening affordability through its low-down payment option, according to the National Association of [...]

Below the Surface: The Asian Indian Market

Serving a multicultural client base as a real estate professional is no longer an option—it’s expected. Engaging and interacting with clients of varying cultures, whether coming from down the [...]

Now Is the Time to Save with Avis®

NAR PULSE—Whether it’s a business trip or you’re traveling for leisure, NAR members save year round on car rentals with Avis®, a proud REALTOR Benefits® Program partner. From now [...]® Unveils Enhanced Experience for Real Estate Professionals and Consumers® has unveiled a new, enhanced experience for real estate professionals and consumers, the Move, Inc.-operated website recently announced. The expanded experience includes improved at-a-glance real estate information summaries [...]

Influencing Positivity

In the following interview, Steve Hudson, managing broker, The Hudson Company, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, in Winnetka, Ill., discusses client relations, negotiation and [...]

When Is the Right Time to Sell Your Home?

If you are like so many homeowners today, you are not living in your “forever home” right at the moment. Rather, the home you currently reside in is a [...]

What Will a Trump Administration Mean to the Housing Finance Industry?

After Donald Trump’s stunning victory on Election Day, many of us are wondering what his election might mean to the residential mortgage industry, especially considering the Trump team provided [...]

DOJ, HUD Issue Updated Fair Housing Act Guidance on Land Use

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Justice Department (DOJ) recently released updated federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) guidance clarifying compliance in regards to land [...]

Great Spaces: Home of NBA Point Guard Hits Vegas Market

The Las Vegas-area home of NBA point guard Jordan Farmar has hit the market for just a smidge under $4 million. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home stretches 6,185 square feet. [...]

Study: Is Home Equity Still a Retirement Failsafe?

Homeownership is one of the more viable paths to a secure retirement—but many older homeowners missed the prime opportunity to leverage that equity before the recession. How much usable [...]