- Housing Shortage Tracker
- Home Buyers by Metropolitan Statistical Area
- Home Sellers by Metropolitan Statistical Area
- Residential Real Estate Trends and Outlook
May 4, 2022: Presented by NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun at the Residential Economic Issues and Trends Forum at the 2022 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings.
Every quarter, NAR Research compiles and publishes local information on markets, state taxes and fiscal conditions, wealth gain by metro area, subprime ARM performance, mortgage conditions, the economic impact of real estate, and existing home sales and prices.
Real estate agents provide high value, and during a pandemic need to meet high expectations.
Millions of people moved during the pandemic, driven by the opportunity to work remotely, the desire for more space, and better affordability. Where do people move a year into the pandemic? Are suburbs and small cities gaining even more movers
This annual report provides information on demographics, housing characteristics and the experience of consumers in the housing market. Buyers and sellers also share information on the role that real estate professionals play in home sales transactions.
This annual report examines the generational differences of home buyers and sellers in the current real estate marketplace.
Homeownership is the primary source of wealth creation. This study looks at the distribution of housing wealth between 2010 and 2020 across income groups and in 917 metropolitan or micropolitan areas.
Homeownership is the largest source of wealth among households, and contributes positively to the homeowner’s and children’s economic condition because the home equity can be tapped for other expenditures. These calculations, by metropolitan statistical area, are illustrative of the magnitude of the wealth gains over