A New Educational Partnership for NAR

NAR teams up with Missouri’s Columbia College to build on the legacy of REALTOR® University.

Instagram Is Testing Out Hiding ‘Likes’ on Posts

The move is an effort to “depressurize” social media. But not everyone likes the idea.

NAR Policy Changes Beyond MLS Cooperation

The Board of Directors, at its meeting Monday, took many more actions that affect your membership and business.

From the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 8-11, San Francisco

Top Markets for Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers

Affordable small cities, walkable urban areas, and high-priced abodes—see the metros topping each age group’s list.

Lot Values Surge to Record Highs

Pricey lots are a major culprit behind the rising costs of new-home construction.

Non-Owners Agree: “I Want to Buy a Home”

So what’s holding them back? NAR’s “2019 Profile of Buyers and Sellers” report expands this year to include an overview of this aspiring group of buyers.

Give Your Clients the ‘Magic’ Touch

How the basketball legend-turned-entrepreneur has kept loyal fans long after leaving the court.

From the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 8-11, San Francisco

NAR Passes MLS Proposal to Strengthen Cooperation

Board of Directors approves ‘Clear Cooperation’ as part of MLS policy.

From the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 8-11, San Francisco

MLS Proposal Heads to NAR’s Board of Directors

REALTORS® and MLS executives say now is the time for a new rule to bolster the MLS’s core purpose: cooperation.

From the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 8-11, San Francisco

Tap Your Own Expertise to Build Your Portfolio

The strategies you employ for clients in your business can work for your own real estate investment interests.

From the REALTORS® Conference & Expo, Nov. 8-11, San Francisco