Existing-Home Sales Down, Up Strongly From a Year Ago

In July, monthly gains in the Northeast and Midwest were offset by declines in the West and South. Latest News from the National Association of

August 18, 2011 Real Estate News

Webinar: GSE Reform–The Issues That Will Impact Your Business

(March 11) Register now for this free webinar on March 31 at 3pm ET, which will cover initial reform proposals, NAR’s recommendations, and what we

August 18, 2011 Real Estate News

New York Congressman to Propose Down Payment Subsidy

Rep. Gary Ackerman of New York plans to propose a bill he says will reduce the housing glut, create jobs, and stimulate the economy. Deriving

August 18, 2011 Banking

Qualified Residential Mortgage Rules Could Affect Mortgage Market, Consumers

(March 15) NAR policy expert Ken Trepeta discusses how proposed rules mandating a minimum 20% downpayment could influence the already tight mortgage market and hurt

August 18, 2011 Real Estate News

New Jersey Judge OKs Five Major Servicers to Resume Foreclosures

A New Jersey judge has given the green light for five of the nation’s six largest mortgage servicers to resume uncontested residential foreclosures in the

August 18, 2011 Banking

President’s Podcast: MID Benefits Middle Class

NAR President Ron Phipps discusses how the mortgage interest deduction predominantly benefits the middle class and articulates the need to make state and local lobbying

August 17, 2011 Real Estate News

2nd Quarter Metro Prices Mixed, State Sales Down

Although median prices declined modestly, 27% of metro areas experienced gains from a year ago. Research Commentary from REALTOR.org

August 17, 2011 Real Estate News

US stocks mixed after earnings reports

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks fluctuated Wednesday after companies reported strong earnings but gave mixed forecasts for the future. Business Headlines

August 17, 2011 Banking
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