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The following is NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun’s reaction to this morning’s U.S. Commerce Department release on residential construction in August. “Following August’s decline in new home construction, there will no doubt be a further temporary setback to housing starts in upcoming months due to the impacts of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma on Texas and […]

NAR Research’s new survey out today on millennial student debt offers up some sobering news that has both implications for the housing market and overall economy. Consider the key findings highlighted below. Millennials are typically carrying a student debt load ($41,200) that surpasses their annual income ($38,800) 83% of the millennial non-homeowners believe student debt has […]

With talk of tax reform heating up on Capitol Hill, the National Association of Realtors® is offering a full-throated defense of tax incentives that promote homeownership. Iona Harrison, chair of NAR’s federal taxation committee, testified before the Senate Finance Committee at a hearing titled “Individual Tax Reform.” Harrison told lawmakers that tax reform offers a […]

While the majority of contractors are honest professionals, it is still important for homeowners to be aware of possible scammers, frauds or swindlers when hiring a contractor before undergoing a remodel. Consumers should be wary of contractors who ask for money upfront. According to the Better Business Bureau, contractors who say they need a significant […]

Football fans around the country will be gathering in front of a TV this week to catch their favorite team in action for the first time this season. To celebrate the start of the journey to Super Bowl LII, the National Association of Realtors® is throwing an accurate spiral of recent real estate facts with the […]

Approximately 60 percent of homebuyers financed their home using a 6 percent – or less – down payment, according to data from the National Association of REALTORS®. With the most recent median existing-home price clocking in at $258,300, a 6 percent down payment is $15,498. Here are some simple suggestions from NAR on how potential […]

In less than one month, authorization for the National Flood Insurance Program Expires. The National Association of Realtors® is raising alarm bells about the potential effect on homeowners, consumers, and commercial property owners, with a note to Congress that it’s time to take action. “With Congress returning from August recess today, extending the NFIP to […]

It’s been four months since the White House announced Pam Patenaude as their selection for Deputy Secretary at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, but with her nomination still pending before the U.S. Senate, a diverse group of housing organizations is calling for action. In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and […]

First-time homebuyers may have been out of the classroom for a while, but that doesn’t mean they can’t benefit from some of the back-to-school tips, tricks and hints that come pouring out this time of year. Here are a few relevant reminders from the National Association of REALTORS® that can come in handy during the home […]

There is no doubt about it: children are expensive. According to a report from the Department of Agriculture, it costs an average of $233,610, or $13,000 a year, to raise a child from birth to age 17 in the United States. That expense may impact many families’ housing decisions, and so the National Association of […]

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