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Inventory Makes a Recovery in June

Those experiencing woes due to the lack of available inventory may see relief on the horizon as early June numbers show that for-sale homes available to buyers climbed 18.7%—the fastest yearly pace of all time—according to Realtor.com’s Monthly Housing Trends ...

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The Yeas and Nays on Housing Legislation

A rent-control proposal that was part of three housing-related legislation that voters across California were voting on was rejected by the residents of the Golden State. Here’s why this proposal elicited strong reactions for and against it.

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The Profile of Today’s Realtor

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Despite inventory problems and rising mortgage rates, today’s realtor is enjoying more sales and more income, according to new data. The typical realtor has seen an 8-percent jump in income, rising from $39K to $42K over the year. The number of new entrants to the field is also up.

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Survey: Realtors Continue to Invest in Mobile Technology

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) set out to answer a very simple question—how much are realtors spending on new technology for their businesses? NAR conducted the 2013-2014 Realtor Technology Survey, which found that realtors continued to invest in technology for their business in 2013 and spent more than they had in previous years.

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