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Boulder home tops sales amid seasonal slowdown

The median closing price for a home in the Denver metro was $565,250 last month.

This Boulder vaccine maker has caught the attention and funding of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The grant comes about nine years after the company was formed by two biology professors at CU Boulder.

Kim Magdalein w/Magdalein Financial, Interviewed on the Influential Entrepreneurs Podcast: How Social Security Planners of America Helps Advisors Reimagine SS for Clients

Kim Magdalein discusses reimagining social security: A new perspective for clients.   Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network:

NAR Attorneys: Buyer Representation Is Not a Thing of the Past

As NAR plans to appeal a class-action verdict, real estate pros can continue to serve the best interests of their consumers and should maintain clear communication with them about compensation. From

US CRE Capital Markets Update

Presented by Matt Vance, Senior Director, Head of Multifamily Research, and Senior Economist at CBRE, during the Commercial Economic Issues & Trends Forum at the 2023 NAR NXT: The REALTOR® Exper

Front Range rail project receives federal funding for initial development

Federal funds come from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

Dr. Cameron Clark Adds Class 4 Laser Methods to Hoffman Estates Relief Now Laser Pain Center

Renowned chiropractor Dr. Cameron Clark discusses the benefits of class four laser therapy in improving health and providing relief without the need for drugs or surgery on Optimal Health Radio.

Register for Employment Practices: Conducting Internal Investigations

Get best practices from investigation counsel and how to implement an internal investigation process at your association or MLS. Register for this Risk Management Webinar, happening December 11 at 2

Fundamentals of Commercial Real Estate Course - UCLA Extension

This course is for individuals interested in entering the commercial real estate field. The course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of commercial real estate, including property types, fin

Dr. Emily Letran launches ACTION To WIN Mastermind with UK Leader Dawn Evans in Miami

Dr. Emily Letran launches ACTION To WIN Mastermind with UK Leader Dawn Evans in Miami on January 4, 2024.

Commercial Real Estate | OCC

Commercial real estate loans include loans secured by liens on condominiums, leaseholds, cooperatives, forest tracts, land sales contracts, construction project loans, and in the states that consider

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Why Desktop Appraisals Matter and How Agents Can Help

These types of assignments don’t require appraisers to inspect the interior or exterior of a property. Your care can make such valuations more reliable.

Respiratory illness impacting dog industry businesses

“It’s scary financially because there’s no assistance," said Big Dogs Daycare and Training owner Cheri Sparks.

How the Alaska-Hawaiian airline merger could affect flights at Denver International Airport

The nearly $1.9 billion merger between Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines doesn't have the same level of overlap as other recently proposed airline deals, but there are some airports with competin

Is the tide turning in Denver's job market? Here's what the data says.

Employers have had considerable leverage since the pandemic recovery started, but there's growing evidence the tide is now turning. Here's how the local job market is evolving — and what it means f

‘A Fragile Flower’ Vietnamese Movie to Debut in Theaters in the United States and India in January 2024

“A Fragile Flower” Vietnamese Movie to Debut in Theaters in the United States and India in January 2024

CU program aims to make entrepreneurship accessible to high school students at under-resourced schools

The University of Colorado Boulder has a new program teaching high school students about being an entrepreneur. The program works with Front Range schools to help students at under-resourced schools

PDQ Electric Shines in the Vegas Business Spotlight: A Journey of Success and Resilience

Vegas Business Spotlight, the leading podcast showcasing the brightest minds and success stories in the Las Vegas business scene, is thrilled to feature Shane Hayes, the visionary founder of PDQ Elect

Kim Magdalein w/Magdalein Financial, Interviewed on the Influential Entrepreneurs Podcast: How Social Security Planners of America Helps Advisors Get Clients w/ Seminars

Kim Magdalein discusses the success of seminars in the financial planning industry.  Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network:

Urban tree canopy installation begins on 16th Street Mall

The comprehensive initiative to replace, diversify and expand the urban tree canopy is part of the first major renovation to the mall since 1982.

NAR Chief Economist Says Commercial Real Estate Will Revitalize, Calls on Federal Reserve to Consider Cutting Interest Rates

There's tremendous difficulty in the commercial real estate market, with higher interest rates hindering borrowing and making refinancing costly.

Denver's second-tallest office tower gets loan extension

The loan extension “reflects the strength and attractiveness" of the building, according to its ownership.

Polis urges federal government to reschedule cannabis

Almost a decade after legalization in the state, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and several more governors are urging the federal government to reschedule cannabis.

Eric Fritzke, North Denver Metro Commercial Realtor with Trinity Team at Keller Williams Interviewed on Influential Entrepreneurs about a Commercial Development Case Study - Authority Press Wire

A seasoned professional with decades of commercial real estate experience shares his insights on moving to the closing table on the next episode of Influential Entrepreneurs.

NAR Advocacy Policy Priorities Outlined During 2023 Realtors® Annual Conference

NAR's priorities include improving access to homeownership, expanding economic opportunities, and promoting NAR research to inform policymaking.

Window to the Law: Know Your Fiduciary Duties

Fiduciary duties are an important, and sometimes overlooked, aspect of agent-client relationships. Failure to comply with fiduciary duties is a common source of both professional liability and discipl

$1.8 Billion Lawsuit Could Upend the Real Estate Industry

A group of Missouri home sellers argued that real estate agent fees hurt consumers by artificially inflating home prices.

Co-op Transactions: Unmasking Hidden Discrimination

REALTORS® have had some successes in the fight for transparency.

Commercial Property Insurance

Commercial property insurance covers property damage and liabilities for businesses. Learn how agents can help clients select the right commercial policy. 

Homeowners Enter Settlement Agreement with Appraiser in Racial Bias Suit

Two California homeowners entered a settlement agreement in a lawsuit alleging racially based discrimination in the appraised value of their home.

Homeowners Enter Settlement Agreement with Appraiser in Racial Bias Suit

Two California homeowners entered a settlement agreement in a lawsuit alleging racially based discrimination in the appraised value of their home.

Homeowners Enter Settlement Agreement with Appraiser in Racial Bias Suit

Two California homeowners entered a settlement agreement in a lawsuit alleging racially based discrimination in the appraised value of their home.

NAR to Appeal Burnett Trial Verdict After Being Found Liable

The association says it will continue to advocate for pro-consumer, pro-competition MLS rules.

Update in Case of Burnett v. NAR et al.

The eight-person jury in a Kansas City, Mo., federal courtroom, found NAR and other corporate defendants liable in the case. NAR will appeal the liability finding. 

Federal Court Says Floor Plans Fall Under ‘Fair Use’

The ruling by a U.S. district appeals court protects a common marketing practice to sell homes.

Scammers Are Plotting to Sell Vacant Land Fraudulently

Real estate professionals should watch for these red flags in the course of the transaction.

October 2023 Commercial Real Estate Market Insights

Commercial vacancy rates are rising and rent growth is slowing, but fundamentals remain solid for industrial, retail, and multifamily sectors.

Window to the Law: Avoiding Vacant Land Scams

Scammers posing as property owners target lien-free vacant land and unoccupied properties, resulting in wire fraud and potential liability for unwary agents. Learn how to spot common red flags and wh

Promoting Affordable Housing Via Zoning Reform

Housing is out of reach for an increasing number of Americans each day. Zoning reform offers an opportunity to go beyond affordable housing and includes equity, environmental and economic benefits.

Opinion: U.S. Economy Will Benefit When the Racial Homeownership Gap Is Finally Closed

Racial disparity in homeownership has significant implications, given that homeownership is crucial to building wealth and financial security.

Administration Announces Updates for Access to Homeownership

The White House released a series of announcements aimed at expanding access to homeownership and helping homeowners struggling financially to remain in their homes. 

Diversity Groups Target Hate by ‘Vocal Minority’ in Real Estate

Organizations representing Asian, Hispanic, LGBTQ+ and women professionals say persistent discrimination in real estate must be stopped.

September 2023 Commercial Real Estate Market Insights

As low-interest loans mature at higher rates, all commercial real estate sectors face challenges. Higher vacancy rates and slower rent growth remain the dominant trends of the current market.

NAR and Coalition Urge Tidewater-Like Appraisal Process

NAR joined a coalition letter urging regulators to consider benefits of certain aspects of the Veteran Affairs' (VA) Tidewater process for reconsiderations of value (ROVs).

Fair Housing Champion Stresses ‘Freedom’ in Homeownership

Rafael Perez highlighted the impact of owning a home on the ability to build generational wealth in a discussion with members of Congress about financial security in the Latino community.

NAR Submits Comments on Reconsideration of Value Process

The ROV process is critical for consumers to raise questions about potential errors or omissions in an appraisal and fundamental to confidence in the process. Check out NAR's comments to the Consumer

Twin Cities Twist

The conversion of Duffey Lofts in Minneapolis demanded several surprise solutions.

Tighten Your Grip on Operating Expenses

Tightening your grip on operating expenses? You may have more options to manage costs than you think.

Done and Done

Commercial real estate pros, bringing perseverance and creativity to their work, can make a positive mark on their communities. Here are three NAR members who handled special, sometimes tricky circum

Give Investor-Sellers a Reason to Choose a First-Time Buyer

Congress can help level the field by passing tax incentives for landlords selling single-family homes.

Survey: Americans Prefer Walkable Communities

NAR has conducted community preferences surveys for over 20 years, providing members with information on shifting American lifestyles & trends.

Appraisal Process Report

In May 2023, NAR surveyed its members pertaining to data collectors in the appraisal process. This report contains the findings.

Ask an Appraiser Webinar

On October 4, 2023, NAR hosted a 60-minute, live question & answer discussion with a panel of seasoned REALTOR® appraisers, as they fielded questions about all aspects of the real estate industry

Report Housing Discrimination

If you believe your rights may have been violated, we encourage you to report housing discrimination to the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO) at the Department of Housing and Urban D

NAR Responds to Proposed Rule on Automated Valuation Models

Check out NAR's response to the joint banking and finance regulators on their proposed joint rule to implement the statute on automated valuation models (AVMs) regulation.

How Much Power Do Appraisers Have Over Home Value?

The answer to who can set market value involves buyers, sellers—and the very definition of “value.”

Changes Announced by Interagency Task Force Will Affect Appraisal Industry

Check out several important changes announced by the Interagency Task Force on Property Appraisal and Valuation Equity (PAVE) that will affect the appraisal industry. 

NAR Applauds White House Task Force for Changes to Address Appraisal Bias

The White House's Property Appraisal and Valuation Equity (PAVE) Task Force has announced significant regulatory actions and changes to address appraisal bias and the home appraisal process.

Fair Housing Month

Every April, REALTORS® commemorate the passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968 with events and education that shine a light on housing discrimination and segregation, and a recommitment to expanding

Real Estate Insights: Foot Traffic

Foot traffic has a strong correlation with future contracts and home sales, so it gives a peek ahead at sales trends two to three months into the future. 

Real Estate Insights: REALTORS® Confidence Index

The REALTORS® Confidence Index is a key indicator of housing market strength based on a monthly survey sent to over 50,000 real estate practitioners. Practitioners are asked about their expectations

Real Estate Insights: Appraiser Trends

In recent years, NAR has heard concerns regarding a perceived shortage in appraisers, long turnaround times for appraisals, higher and/or rush fees in certain areas, and difficulty in bringing new app

Real Estate Insights: Open Houses

Despite all the changes technology has made in the housing market, the Sunday open house has undoubtedly been a tradition in real estate industry. In fact, it is a tradition that is still alive and gr

Real Estate Insights: International Activity in U.S. Real Estate

In this podcast, we talk with research economist Gay Cororaton about the annual Profile of International Home Buying Activity, the top countries of origin for foreign home buyers, and how these buyers

Real Estate Insights: Business Creation Index

The quarterly Business Creation Index (BCI) offers insight from commercial real estate professionals into whether businesses are opening or closing by industry, population density, and subregion. In t

Real Estate Insights: Home Staging

Home staging: is it worth the effort? In this episode, Meredith Dunn, Research Communications Manager, and Brian Horowitz, Research Survey Analyst, talk with Brandi Snowden, Research Survey Analyst, o

February 2011 Real Estate Insights: The More You Learn, the More You Earn?

What makes one a successful real estate agent? Other than personality traits, which are often difficult to quantify, academic research has tried to measure the impact of a number of variables on succe

February 2011 Real Estate Insights: "Commercial Investment Looking Up"

While the commercial real estate market still faces challenges, last year ended on a high note for commercial investors. In fact, investment in U.S. commercial real estate increased a whopping 120% in


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