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Take me to (a converted) church

Take me to (a converted) church Within the woods of Solon, Maine, is a beautiful wooden church — turned house.

Realtors are writing listings with AI… Can you spot the difference?

The AI program ChatGPT creates home listings with desired industry lingo, dropping real estate buzzwords with apparent ease. Can you tell the difference?

Marki Lemons Ryhal to host NAR podcast: ‘Drive With NAR’

Chicago real estate legend Marki Lemons Ryhal has been named the new host of the National Association of REALTORS®’ monthly podcast, “Drive with NAR.” The first episode debuts Feb. 6.

Value of Phoenix multifamily housing starts up 16% in 2022

The amount of money spent on new construction of multifamily housing has increased year-over-year in Phoenix, according to Dodge Construction Network.

Redfin: Housing market has started to recover

Homebuyers are returning, but sellers still aren’t filling the need as inventory remains low.

Court sides with National Association of Realtors, halts antitrust investigation 

The Department of Justice must close its reopened antitrust investigation into the National Association of Realtors, a federal judge ruled this week.

Phoenix’s downtown living experience rated top 10 in the country

Phoenix was rated No. 10 overall and cited for its access to theaters and fitness centers and apartment availability. 

New-home sales rise in December 

The median sales price of a new home was down on a monthly basis but up on an annual one. 

Silver Sky Development announces plan for Paradise Valley luxury home community

Scottsdale luxury home developer Silver Sky recently announced plans for 12 estate homes alongside Mummy Mountain in Paradise Valley.

NAR: Existing-home sales dip 1.5% in December 

House prices, however, continued to rise, marking the 130th consecutive month for price gains, the longest streak on record, the National Association of REALTORS® said.   

Home prices increase as falling mortgage rates attract buyers

More buyers have entered the market in the past four weeks as mortgage rates fell.

Phoenix Realtors’ year in review: Rising prices, inventory and interest rates

Maricopa County residential real estate saw higher prices and interest rates, more inventory and fewer transactions in 2022.

Single-family starts, builder confidence rise 

The increase in builder confidence breaks a string of 12 straight monthly declines in the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index. 

NAR tips to comply with the Fair Housing Act

Potential buyers want real information about the communities they’re shopping in. And while agents may feel like experts, their answers must always comply with fair housing laws. To help, the National Association of REALTORS® released some advice.

SP200 ranks the most-powerful people in residential real estate in 2023 

HomeServices of America President and CEO Gino Blefari took the top spot on the annual list. 

Arizona saw influx of new residents in 2022

Arizona had one of the highest net migrations in the country in 2022, according to a new report from North American Moving Services. 

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