National Association of Realtors

Existing home sales plunged in May, according to the National Association of Realtors. But does this represent a bottom in the market?
According to Realtor.com's outlook for 2020, millennials have now taken over in dominating homebuying activity and here is a lack of supply in the affordable and entry-level homes.
The National Association of Realtors expects home sales to slip nearly 2% year over year in 2020 and home price increases to moderate significantly. Here are the cities where sales are expected to be...
August sales of existing homes rose by 1.3% month over month and by 2.6% year over year as low mortgage interest rates lured more buyers into the market.
Sales of existing homes in July rose by 2.5% compared to June sales. Overall sales, though, were up less than 1% compared to July of 2018.
Sales of existing homes dipped 1.7% month over month in June and more than 2% compared with June 2018, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Pending home sales (contracts signed, but not yet closed) fell in April, continuing a consecutive 16-month year-over-year decline. It's a poor kick-off to the year's prime home-buying season.
Sales of existing homes dipped slightly month over month in April and remain down more than 4% year over year.
Pending home sales fell by 1% month over month in February, slightly worse than expectations. This marks the 14th straight month that sales have declined year over year.
Existing home sales jumped nearly 12% last month but remain a bit below the February 2018 total. Home prices rose year over year for the 84th consecutive month.
Sales of existing homes dropped by more than 10% year over year in December. Home prices increased again, but price hikes are getting somewhat smaller.
Sales of existing homes rose again in November after breaking a six-month losing streak in October.
The year-over-year decline in monthly sales of existing home ran to its 10th straight month in October. The National Association of Realtors does not see a significant turnaround on tap and expects...
Sales of existing homes rose in October for the first time since March according to the latest data from the National Association of Realtors.
For the first time in nine months, the National Association of Realtors reported an increase in pending home sales. The increase is small and the market is still constrained by available inventory.