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NAR Approves Sweeping New Fair Housing Action Plan

© National Association of REALTORS®The 2020 NAR Leadership Team meets with HUD's secretary. From left: President-elect Charlie Oppler, President Vince Malta, HUD Secretary Ben Carson, CEO Bob Goldberg, Immediate Past President John Smaby, First Vice President Leslie Rouda Smith, Vice President of Association Affairs Mabél Guzmán, and Vice President of Advocacy Christine Hansen. Expect the National Association of REALTORS®...

Colorado Springs, Fort Collins Make NAR List of 10 Markets Expected to Outperform Over the Next Three to Five Years

WASHINGTON (December 11, 2019) – The National Association of Realtors® identified 10 markets expected to outperform over the next three to five years. In alphabetical order, the markets are: Charleston, South CarolinaCharlotte, North CarolinaColorado Springs, ColoradoColumbus, OhioDallas-Fort Worth, TexasFort Collins, ColoradoLas Vegas, NevadaOgden, UtahRaleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, North CarolinaTampa-St. Petersburg, Florida “Some markets are clearly positioned for exceptional longer-term performance due to their relative...

Code of Ethics Training Requirement Will Be Three Years After 2021

On Nov. 11, 2019, the National Association of REALTORS®’ Board of Directors approved a change to NAR’s Code of Ethics training requirement. Since 2001, REALTORS® have been required to take Code of Ethics training to retain their membership. Originally, the training was required every four years, but in 2017, NAR changed the requirement to every two years. A presidential advisory...

NAR Passes MLS Policy on “Coming Soon” Listings

The National Association of REALTORS®’ Board of Directors approved MLS Statement 8.0, also known as the Clear Cooperation policy, at its meeting on Monday, Nov. 11. The policy requires listing brokers who are participants in a multiple listing service to submit their listing to the MLS within one business day of marketing the property to the public. NAR’s MLS Technology and Emerging...

REALTORS® Commend HUD for Moving to Limit Companion Animal Policy Abuse

On Nov. 11, 2019, National Association of REALTORS® President John Smaby thanked Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson on Saturday for taking action to curb the practice of bogus online-generated documentation for service and companion animals. REALTORS® and other housing industry groups have long expressed concerns about how property owners and managers can honor legitimate tenant needs...

New Opportunity Zone Grant Available

The REALTOR® Party is launching a new grant program aimed at helping REALTOR® associations become the community leaders by hosting an informational and planning meeting about Opportunity Zones to highlight ways in which your community can make the most of them. NAR Grant applications will be accepted through Monday, September 9th and must be used and reimbursement applied for by December 15, 2019.  Grants are intended to fund...

Denver Makes the List of Most Popular Areas for Millennials to Move and Stay

NAR analyzed employment gains, population trends, income levels and housing conditions in the largest 100 metropolitan statistical areas across the country to identify the most popular areas for millennials. The top 10 metro areas were selected because of their high share of both present millennial residents and recent movers, as well as their favorable employment opportunities. Denver has already a large number...

Saleswoman meets with senior couple in their home. Could be real estate life insurance etc.

HOME Survey: More Say Now Is a Good Time to Sell a Home

WASHINGTON (June 19, 2019) – The latest consumer findings from a National Association of REALTORS® survey reveal that many more Americans believe that now is a good time to sell a home.   The second quarter of 2019 saw a jump in optimism in selling, as 46% strongly held that belief, up from 37% in the first quarter.   NAR's chief economist Lawrence Yun...