“COVID-19 has changed much of how we do our work from day to day, but it shouldn’t change our attention to common courtesies. If anything, clear communication with colleagues and clients is more pressing today than it was a year ago.”
U.S. District Judge Andrea Wood rejects NAR’s motion to dismiss class action suit about buyer-broker commissions.
It was a hard-fought effort to procure federal funds in the middle of a recession, but NAR announced that the president is poised to sign a bill that provides money for road projects and flooding.
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The lawsuit also argues that the feds are commandeering state courts and officers to implement an unconstitutional federal law.
The U.S. economy added 1.4 million new jobs in August, but one economist warns that permanent job losses are a bigger problem.
Real estate industry associations oppose the decision and are calling on Congress to provide rental assistance to housing providers.
Small metro suburbs did the best in terms of construction with a more than 10% increase in market share over a year ago.
Nationwide sales of new single-family homes were at a seasonally adjusted rate of 901,000, up 13.9% from last month and 36.3% higher than July 2019.
All four regions in the U.S. experienced year-over-year and month-over-month growth in pending home sales, according to the National Association of Realtors.