Be Clear on Co-signing Perils

If it looks like a jointly held mortgage will be the answer to getting the transaction done, don’t sugarcoat the facts.

How Brokerages Can Best Leverage NAR

Learn how to take advantage of member benefits and tools to improve your brokerage operations and provide greater value for agents.

Long View for Real Estate as Shutdown Hits Record Stretch

Most housing markets aren’t yet feeling the effects, but that may change if a prolonged closure affects mortgage applications and payments.

6 Rules for Selling Tenant-Occupied Homes

When you’re representing a property that’s under an active lease, you have to figure out how to get the renter on board with the seller’s plan.

In the Trenches: Keeping Bumpy Closings on Track

When antics by clients, or their children, threaten to derail a sale, agents can bring a calming effect.

How a Weird Home Finds a Buyer

Arizona agent’s first listing was a dome home, which provided a rare and remarkable marketing opportunity.

Good To Know

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The percentage of non-homeowners who believe homeownership is still part of their American dream, according to a new NAR analysis.

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