NAR’s Advocacy staff is working on a number of “active/hot issues” affecting real estate markets and REALTORS® . Each issue explanation is followed by the staff experts working on that issue. Use the staff contact list at the end of the document if you would like more information.
NAR sent a letter to the Appraisal Foundation (TAF) to establish equivalency credit for education and experience in licensed and regulated fields involving valuation such as licensed real estate salespersons, real estate agents, and real estate brokers.
Every April, REALTORS® commemorate the passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 with events and education that shine a light on housing discrimination and segregation, and a recommitment to expanding equal access to housing.
The engineered stone that has the design world abuzz is called Dekton. Cosentino, a privately-held Spanish company, manufactures the material and describes it as "an ultracompact surface made from a blend of the same raw materials found in glass, porcelain, and quartz."
The 18-month old short-term rental company Wander will announce later today the raise of a $100 million debt facility from Credit Suisse. CEO and founder John Andrew Entwistle discussed the new REIT model the company is bringing to market.
A new year is a good time to evaluate our interior design trends; to decide which colors, fabrics, styles and ways of arranging our homes are keepers and which should be left behind. It is clear that we are ready for change. Here are some emerging trends.
COVID recovery has not been a straight line anywhere, and the shifting priorities of commercial real estate decision makers and corporate occupiers is impacting the way we invest in, manage, futureproof (and potentially value) office buildings.
A top European Union commissioner told Elon Musk that there was "huge work ahead" so Twitter complies with the bloc's new law aimed at greater content moderation and against disinformation on social media.