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Research at Midyear, May 11-14 2010

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See what NAR Research has to offer this year at our Midyear Meetings in Washington, DC. All of the presentations featured will be available on our website after the 14th.

See what NAR Research has to offer this year at our Midyear Meetings in Washington, DC. All of the presentations featured will be available on our website after the 14th.

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  • 1. Thurs. May 13 th 8:00-10 am Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Marriott Ballroom Salon 2 The U.S. Housing Market: Is Recovery In Sight? How Do You Share NAR Research Data with Your Coworkers and Clients? Mark Zandi, Moody's Economy.com Chief Economist Lawrence Yun , National Association of REALTORS® Chief Economist Amy Chorew, TechByte Ginger Wilcox, Social Media Marketing Institute
  • 2. Economic Issues & Commercial Real Estate Business Trends Forum Then, NAR’s Chief Economist will be joined by two leading experts in discussing the economic recovery, developments in the capital markets and the implications of financial changes for commercial real estate. Thurs,  May 13th  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Marriott Ballroom Salon 2 Lawrence Yun , National Association of REALTORS® Chief Economist A keynote address will be presented by Diane C. Swonk to kick off this forum.  Diane C. Swonk, Mesirow Financial Senior Managing Director and Chief Economist Ajay Rajadhyaksha Barclays Capital, Head of U.S. Fixed Income and Securitized Strategy Brendan Reilly, Commercial Mortgage Securities Association Senior Vice President, Government Relations
  • 3. Get the LATEST DEVELOPMENTS in Real Estate and the Economy: Read The Economists’ Outlook page!
    • Get insight into how the market is doing and what trends to watch for
    • Read the latest developments – print off the day’s “Daily Forecast Update” analysis for meetings or your own knowledge
    • Updated daily
    • View the Economists’ Outlook page at: www.realtor.org/research
    • Subscribe to the RSS Feed at: www.realtor.org/research
  • 4.
    • Online at www.realtor.org/reinsights
    • Sign up to receive by e-mail
    • New content every month!
    • Economic commentaries, forecasts & articles on the latest market trends
    • Print version available online for those who like to print and go!
    Get Insights Without Looking! Real Estate Insights! It’s Free!!!
  • 5. New from NAR Research: State and Local Information Get the latest data on what’s happening in YOUR Market :
    • Stay informed on how your local market is doing
    • Get information on the economic
    • impact of housing on your state
    • Find out the wealth gain for homeowners in your metro area
    • Free for members only
    • For more information, visit: http://www.realtor.org/research
  • 6.
    • Every housing market is unique. These Local Market Reports (LMRs) — which reflect data available through December 2008 — are for members only and provide insights into the fundamentals and direction of the nation's 150 largest metropolitan housing markets. Each free, downloadable report evaluates a number of factors affecting home prices, including:
      • The health of the local job market
      • Foreclosure rates
      • Housing inventory
      • Debt-to-income and mortgage-servicing-costs-to-income ratios
  • 7. Interactive Maps – Metro Median Price
    • Zoom in to your metropolitan statistical area to get the latest quarterly median home price for your market, and its percentage change from the previous quarter.
  • 8. Interactive Maps – State Sales
    • Click within the borders of your state to see the Existing Home Sales value for the past quarter, and the percentage change from the previous quarter and previous year.
  • 9. Other Presentations Available
    • State Fiscal Conditions and Taxes
    • State Subprime ARM Performance
    • State Mortgage Conditions
    • State Economic Impact of Housing
    • Do you have an idea? Let us know!
  • 10. Relocation Reports
    • Relocation Reports pinpoint which counties relocation clients are coming from/going to along with income information – that is, how many households from New York County, NY, Bucks County, PA, Bergen County, NJ, etc. moved to Palm Beach County, FL and what was the relative income of the relocation clients coming from these counties. Build your book of business by:
      • • Advertising in other counties to win clients moving to your area
      • • Increasing business from referrals
    • Relocation Reports are available for all counties in the U.S. and can be accessed instantly online.
  • 11.
    • 47 percent of recent home buyers were first-time buyers
    • 10 percent of all homes purchased were through a foreclosure
    • 35 percent of recent buyers and 62 percent of first-time buyers cited owning a home as the main reason for buying
    • Nine in ten buyers view their housing purchase as a good financial investment.
    • All this and more in the newest Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers
    • Item #186-45-09
    A Place to Call Home – They Buy to Own Get your copy today! Visit NAR Booth #2935
  • 12.
    • 18 percent of a typical agent’s business comes from customer referrals
    • Nearly two-thirds of all REALTORS® reported having a website, one in ten members reported having a real estate blog, and more than half of members are using social media.
    • The typical REALTOR ® has been in the business for ten years
    • Thirty-six percent of REALTORS® reported having generated some business from holding an open house.
    • All this and more in the newest Member Profile : Item #186-12-10
    Customer Referrals Matter! Get your copy today! Visit NAR Booth #1707
  • 13.
    • Participate in NAR’s monthly survey
    • Answer five brief e-mail questions about your market each month
    • Read the index to get insights into what other members are saying about their market
    • Sign up! Go to www.realtor.org and search for “Confidence Index”
    REALTORS ® Confidence Index What’s Happening in YOUR Market?
  • 14. Economic Concepts for REALTORS®
    • Feel like you need Econ 101 sometimes to keep up with the news from Wall Street? Not all of us are economists – we don’t use that kind of jargon in our daily lives!
    • That’s why NAR has created a series of PDFs explaining the most commonly used economic terms and how they relate to the housing market
    • If you’re looking for a refresher on the economy or just want to learn more about how everything works, look for the Economic Concepts for Realtors ® at www.realtors.org/research
  • 15. Look and Sound Like An Expert
    • Use NAR Research Presentations as your own!
    • Present the latest trends and indicators on the housing market and economy
    • Look and sound like an expert at your next speaking engagement or listing presentation
    • Download at www.realtor.org/research
  • 16. Vacation is Where the Home is
    • Sales of vacation homes were up 7.9 percent, to 553,000, from very low levels in 2008.
    • Forty‐eight percent of investment property buyers paid all cash, up from 42 percent last year.
    • Find out more about the 2010 Investment and Vacation Homes market in our latest survey: Item #E186-55-10
  • 17.
    • NAR’s flagship commercial real estate publication
    • Available quarterly
    • Looks at multi-family, office, retail, and industrial sectors
    • Available at www.realtor.org/research -- go to Reports by Topic and Click on Commercial
    Commercial Real Estate Outlook
  • 18. Right Tools, Right Now
    • Following the latest trends and market information is important to your success. We've made available a number of research reports and profiles as eProducts for members to download for FREE.
    • These products are some of our most valuable information and are highly utilized by our members in their listing presentations. Look for the latest research and data available each month .
  • 19. Interact with NAR Research on the Internet
    • Join our social media network:
      • Facebook
      • Twitter
      • Active Rain
      • RealTown

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