Many homeowners have false assumptions about flooding and insurance coverage. Make sure you have the facts….[read more]
Voice for Real Estate 71: Net Neutrality, Closing Disclosure, Finance Reform Published on Jul 12, 2017 NAR is working with other groups to fight against efforts to roll back net neutrality rules to help maintain an even playing field for all real estate content online. The video also looks at a win for agents now […]
7 reasons instant home purchase offers aren’t good for sellers Sue stood in her parents’ San Diego garage, overwhelmed by the years of stuff they’d accumulated and the volume of repairs needed. Add to that the fact that she lived out of state. This sale wasn’t going to be easy. …read more article by Chris Rediger […]
June 2017 Housing Minute JUNE 30, 2017 Last month was an uneven month for the housing market. The robust demand for buying a home helped spur an uptick in existing sales, but weak inventory levels continued to push up price growth while slowing the number of home contract signings.
Susan Cantrell VP of Sales and Marketing, Topeka Capital-Journal will present an overview of the real estate category’s 2016 national media trends focusing on digital advertising and the impact of millennials on the real estate industry. Susan will also be sharing information gathered from the Shawnee Country Market Study surveying readers on where […]
The NAR Board of Directors at its meeting two weeks ago approved additional funding for Project Upstream, which will provide a single point for inputting and managing listing data. Access details on this and other decisions in the Special INS report on the meeting.
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Thinking of Taking the Lowest Bid? 5 Tips From Homeowners Who Did. How to tell if that low remodeling bid is a bargain – or not. https://www.houselogic.com/remodel/budgeting-contracting/contractor-bids/?site_ref=spotlight