Arizona realtor Sidney Cranston Jr. still missing


An Arizona real estate professional is still missing one week after reportedly going to show an unknown property to an unidentified client near Kingman, Ariz.

Commercial realtors’ incomes are growing


As the commercial market shows signs of improving, commercial real estate professionals are reporting an uptick in annual gross income as well as the number of sales transactions and their sales volume

Police ask public to identify gunman who robbed 2 Florida agents

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Police have released surveillance video of a man who they say robbed two real estate agents at gunpoint in Florida last week.

NAR: “Marginal agents” are a threat to realtors


The No. 1 threat to real estate professionals is other agents, according to the National Association of Realtors’ newly released “Danger Report”.

Realtors confident on next six months


Realtors remain mostly confident in the next six months of the real estate market, thanks to 30-year fixed rates still below 4 percent, continued job growth, and recent measures that have made credit more accessible and cheaper

Arkansas agent escapes gunpoint kidnap attempt


A 25-year-old Arkansas woman was released from police custody on bond Monday after she allegedly tried to kidnap a Fayetteville, Ark., real estate agent

Consumers want affordable & tech-savvy agents


Consumers want their real estate agent to be tech-savvy and offer lower fees than their competitors, finds a new survey by the real estate brokerage Redfin of nearly 1,000 recent home buyers and sellers.

Housing set to pick up pace in 2015, realtors believe


Home sales likely will remain subdued early on in the year before picking up in the second quarter and then maintaining a brisk pace for the rest of the year, predicts a new Reuters poll of economists.

Real estate agent reveals details of attack


The murder of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter this past fall has thrust the issue of real estate safety into the national spotlight.

Creepy caller targets San Antonio real estate pros


More than 50 female real estate professionals in San Antonio, Texas, have reported that they’ve received disturbing phone calls and text messages from a man who says he’s interested in real estate but then often wants to talk about the agents’ personal lives and makes lewd and suggestive remarks.