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June 2021

NAR Mourns the Passing of 1990 President Norman D. Flynn

WASHINGTON (JUNE 7, 2021) – National Association of Realtors® President Charlie Oppler issued the following statement in memory of Norman Flynn, who passed away on Friday at his home in Wisconsin. Flynn served as NAR’s President in 1990, following stints in leadership at both the Wisconsin Realtors® Association and the Greater Madison Board of Realtors®. Flynn was 79.“NAR and our community of...

Second Century Ventures Opens Applications for 2021 REACH Canada Program

TORONTO (June 7, 2021) – Second Century Ventures, the strategic investment arm of the National Association of Realtors®, has opened applications for the 2021 REACH Canada scale-up program. SCV, which is the most active global venture fund in real estate technology, operates the award-winning REACH real estate technology growth program in five major, international markets.REACH provides a unique...

NAR Applauds Latest White House Initiatives to Combat Housing Discrimination

WASHINGTON (JUNE 1, 2021) – National Association of Realtors® President Charlie Oppler issued the following statement today as President Joe Biden travels to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to mark the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre and unveil new initiatives designed to close racial wealth gaps. The administration's proposals focus primarily on expanding opportunities for small business and home...

Homeowners Feel Ready to Sell

New findings from a survey from the National Association of REALTORS ® show that 77 percent of Americans think that now is a good time to sell a home, a new record high. Respondents in the West were the most likely to believe that now is a good time to sell (85 percent) as well as those who currently home a home (82 percent). Much of this optimism comes from several successive years of robust home price...

Trick or Treat Safety Rules for Homeowners

It’s all tricks and treats until somebody gets hurt! HouseLogic has several suggestions to keep homes and candy-seeking guests safe during All Hallows Eve. First, make sure outdoor lights are as bright as possible; check the label on the light fixtures and use the highest wattage bulbs they can safely handle. Homeowners can always switch them back to a lower wattage after the holiday. Next, use LED...

Consumers Care About the Environment

With extreme weather events like Hurricane Florence dominating the news and everyday concerns about lessening energy usage, American property owners and communities are more concerned about the environment than ever before. Consumer inclinations for walkable communities and energy-efficient homes are on the rise, according to NAR research. Knowing these preferences, REALTORS® are changing the way they...

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