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After throwing out the legislative playbook just weeks into 2020 due to the pandemic, it was back to full steam ahead for our advocacy goals this year.
And 2021 was not for the weary in Washington.
The year began with a sixth major COVID relief bill, the American Rescue Plan. The bill continued policies supported by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) that protected our members’ health and economic well-being, including benefits for sole proprietors, the self-employed, small business owners and independent contractors.
NAR PULSE—At NAR Academy, you’ll be at the forefront of new ideas and technology, emerging issues and key advancements. National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) members receive $500 toward each eligible course. Enroll today and share with your members.
If there’s one thing Matt Delhougne knows about gaining a competitive edge in the real estate industry, it’s that nothing replaces great data. Delhougne, who currently serves as broker/owner of Chesterfield, Missouri-based Delhougne Realty Group, has been a licensed REALTOR® since 1999. He also served as a St. Louis County police officer for 14 years—a career that overlapped his time in real estate.
Taking great pride in assisting first responders, Delhougne notes that the company comes from a heavy police background.
A new zavvie Seller Preferences Report details the explosive growth of Power Buyers and changes in the iBuyer landscape throughout the U.S. between July and September.
With home prices continuing to surge, potential buyers may be looking toward more affordable solutions, among them mobile homes. But how do they compare to single-family properties in terms of value and appreciation?
A new study from LendingTree used data from the U.S. Census Bureau to determine where mobile homes are the least and most expensive. The overall consensus? Mobile homes are more affordable, and in several states, appreciation is faster.