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The DHS announcement comes in response to businesses reporting an immediate need for supplemental, temporary guest workers for this fiscal year.
As the economy slowly recovers from the early days of the pandemic, the share of loans in forbearance dropped for the seventh consecutive week, signifying a 40-basis-point decrease in the last two weeks.
Rent rates nationwide have been decreasing since the onset of the pandemic, but new data shows that in some cities, this could be changing in the near future.
Housing secretary reaffirms U.S. commitment to closing the racial homeownership gap at a forum with NAR president and top housing officials.
“Staging a home helps consumers see the full potential of a given space or property. It features the home in its best light and helps would-be buyers envision its various possibilities.” — Jessica Lautz, NAR vice president of demographics and behavioral insights
Forty-three percent of respondents to the first-quarter Zillow Home Price Expectations survey expect inventory to improve in the second half of the year, followed by 26% who expect it in the first half of 2022.
William Raveis Real Estate has launched a new service for home owners looking to sell their property quickly.
Brokers may use their cell phones to make marketing calls and send marketing texts, if the cell phone does not have an app that will automate the dialing system.
The housing supply shortage is expected to get more extreme as homebuyer demand continues to outweigh inventory levels, a new study found.
“A credit report and credit score are the gateway to a mortgage,” — NAR President Charlie Oppler.