For the second time this week, a national statistic has suggested that the real estate market might be stabilizing further.
LAS VEGAS -- One of the nation's leading real estate executives offered credit union mortgage executives a robust defense of the home buyers tax credit that had been in place earlier this year.
After serving in the acting role since Aug. 1, REALTORS Federal Credit Union has named Jane Pannier its new president/CEO.
Jane Pannier has been named the new president/CEO of REALTORS Federal Credit Union after serving in an acting role since the Aug. 1 departure of her predecessor Tom Glatt.
There are still several goals REALTORS Federal Credit Union plans to move forward with a few weeks after Tom Glatt, its former president/CEO, stunned some in the industry with the announcement that he would be leaving the fledgling cooperative.
Tom Glatt, president/CEO of REALTORS Federal Credit Union, announced he is scheduled to leave his post Aug. 1 after nearly two years at the helm.
Sending well wishes, the National Association of REALTORS said it is impressed with Tom Glatt's abilities to grow REALTORS Federal Credit Union during his time as president/CEO.
After nearly two years at the helm, Tom Glatt, CEO of REALTORS Federal Credit Union, announced today that he will leave the post Aug. 1.
An improved economy and a desire of consumers to take advantage of a tax credit for first-time homebuyers combined to cause new home sales to increase 14.8% last month.
An improved economy and a desire to use the first-time home buyer tax credit before it expired caused a 7.6% increase in existing home sales last month, the National Association of Realtors reported today.