Pending Home Sales Drop

Pending home sales fell in April with regional variations following increases in February and March. Latest News from the National Association of REALTORS®

August 14, 2011 Real Estate News

Delaware AG Opposes BofA Settlement

Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden has announced his opposition to the proposed $ 8.5 million Bank of America settlement. He sent a petition to the

August 14, 2011 Banking

Potential Government Shutdown: What It Means

(April 7) Find out what agencies a government shutdown might impact, and how this may affect REALTORS® and their clients. Government Affairs Headlines from REALTOR.org

August 14, 2011 Real Estate News

Realtors® Continue to Push Congress for Comprehensive GSE Strategy

The National Association of Realtors® supports a secondary mortgage market model with some level of government participation that would protect taxpayers and ensure that creditworthy

August 13, 2011 Real Estate News

Italy to slash political jobs in new austerity

ROME (AP) — Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi predicted Saturday his government’s emergency austerity package — which raises taxes, cuts political jobs and consolidates small towns

August 13, 2011 Banking

Obama sets sights on rural America to talk jobs

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is headed to the Midwest after a summer of discontent over a debt showdown with Republicans and the downgrade

August 13, 2011 Banking

Inflation Watch: July 2011

Be confident in discussing the effect of inflation with clients and other professionals by reviewing NAR’s latest report. Research Commentary from REALTOR.org

August 13, 2011 Real Estate News

HAFA Gains Steam with Completed Transactions up 55% in June

Servicers completed 2,213 pre-foreclosure short sales and deeds-in-lieu (DIL) under the government’s Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program during the month of June. While barely

August 13, 2011 Banking
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