Housing in ’17: Modest Gains Likely

 

Modest gains are likely for many areas this coming year.

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National Association of REALTORS(R) - REALTOR(R) Magazine

December 14, 2016

Today’s Headlines

Here Come Housing’s Headwinds in 2017

Does the new year look bright or dim? The public’s having trouble reading the tea leaves and you can help. NAR offers up its forecast for the real estate market.

Owners, Appraisers See Opinions Inch Closer

While homeowners are still optimistic about the value of their homes, a new survey shows that they are more realistic about their expectations of value.

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In 1 Week, 2 Real Estate Agents Fatally Shot

Real estate safety remains a concern after two agents were murdered in separate incidents this week. Both deaths remain under investigation.



Save even more during the Jeep Big Finish Event. Combine the $500 
cash allowance available to you from FCA US LLC and NAR's REALTOR 
Benefits® Program with Big Finish incentives for even bigger 
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Older Adults Are Facing Troubles With Housing

With the country facing an increasingly older population — more than one in five people in the U.S. will be aged 65 or older by 2035 — the housing market is not prepared to meet their needs, a new report says.

Rising Mortgage Rates Dent Home Loans Again

An uptick in rates is causing homeowners and potential buyers to face a new normal.



Register for the 2017 REALTOR® Broker Summit
Register now for the 2017 REALTOR® Broker Summit, Feb. 14-15 in San 
Diego. This event is designed exclusively for brokers.


Lessons the Chicago Cubs Can Teach Investors

The Cubs’ 108-year journey to this year’s World Series championship can provide you and your clients insight into strategic investment strategies that can be applied to the real estate industry.

What’s Your Proudest 2016
Moment?

We want to celebrate your accomplishments. Tell us the best thing you did
this year to help a client or champion homeownership, and we’ll
give you a shoutout in an article. Email Graham Wood at
gwood@realtors.org.



Discounts to Design & Construction Week
NAR members get your Design & Construction Week (DCW) expo pass at a 
discounted price and attend the industry's largest annual gathering of 
residential design and construction industry professionals, January 
10-12 in Orlando. DCW features the co-location of the NAHB International 
Builders' Show ® (IBS) and NKBA's Kitchen & Bath Industry Show 
® (KBIS) and your registration includes access to the exhibit floors 
of both shows—a combined total of 2,100+ exhibits. Register 
today!

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Discounts for
REALTORS® on Some 2017 Cars

The REALTOR Benefits® Program
partnership with FCA US LLC translates to great deals for members on the
purchase or lease of select vehicles.

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