Sellers With Children Want to Sell NOW!

Sellers With Children Want to Sell NOW!

The process of selling a home is often emotionally taxing, but selling a home with children in the mix can be a downright nerve-wracking experience. The National Association of REALTORS®’ 2017 Moving With Kids Report explores the one-of-a-kind adventure of trying to...
Tracing the Beaten Path

Tracing the Beaten Path

Foot traffic, the number of times a property is shown to potential homebuyers, is a strong indicator of housing demand and future home sales. Each month NAR Research publishes a diffusion index for foot traffic, but recent efforts have expanded on this work to create...

An Animated Recap of July Housing Activity

Existing-home sales and contract signings both stumbled in July as stubbornly low levels hampered the housing market and kept home prices rising at a robust pace. Visit https://www.nar.realtor/videos/housing-minute to watch a 53-second, animated video from the...
Are Child Care Expenses Affecting Home Buying?

Are Child Care Expenses Affecting Home Buying?

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...