Our association members are residential and commercial real estate brokers, salespeople, property managers, appraisers, and others engaged in all aspects of the real estate industry in Anchorage, Alaska. Members of the Anchorage Board of REALTORS® have access to a wide array of benefits, business tools, real estate market data, educational opportunities, and discount programs designed to help them succeed in today’s market. Learn more about the 50 Ways National Association of REALTORS® is Indispensable to Your Business. 

Our member REALTORS® have pledged to a code of ethics and standards of practice, as adopted by the National Association of REALTORS® over 100 years ago.

Congratulations!

REALTOR® of the Year 2015

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Niel Thomas,
Coldwell Banker Best Properties
(907) 244-5648

REALTOR® Affiliate of the Year 2015

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First American Title
(907)223-8474

 


NAR Daily News

Tech Jobs Take Blame for Overpriced Housing?

Tech is one of the nation’s largest growth industries, but communities that bring these often high-priced jobs to their area are finding that it’s bidding up home prices. As more areas hope to become the next Silicon Valley, some community planners are encouraging cities to take action to make sure they do not price out other … Read more

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Is the Homeownership Rate Finally Stabilizing?

The U.S. homeownership rate was 63.6 percent in the first quarter of 2017, barely budging from last quarter’s reading of 63.7 percent, the U.S. Census Bureau reports. Read more: Is This the New Normal for Homeownership? After reaching a cycle low of 62.9 percent in the second quarter of 2016, the homeownership rate appears to … Read more

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Home Sellers Are Pocketing More Money

Homeowners who sold in the first quarter realized an average price gain of $44,000 since purchase. That represents an average 24 percent of return on the purchase price, which is the highest average price gain for home sellers in terms of both dollars and percent returns since the third quarter of 2007, according to ATTOM … Read more

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