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Government Shutdown Ends

October 16, 2013: 

On Oct. 16, the House of Representatives passed a bill ending the shutdown of the federal government. The bill was passed by the Senate earlier in the day. President Obama has signed the bill into law.

Guide to a Career in REALTOR® Association Management

October 16, 2013: 

Find out about the primary functions of a REALTOR® association, jobs within an association, professional development opportunities, and ways to become involved. 

Professional Standards Procedures Quiz

October 10, 2013: 

Are you an expert in the National Association of REALTORS®' professional standards procedures? Test your skills.

Purchase Tickets Now for the RCE Leadership Luncheon

October 7, 2013: 

Tickets are available now for the RCE Leadership Luncheon at the 2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo.

Health Care Reform: What AEs Need to Know

October 4, 2013: 

The North Carolina Association of REALTORS®’ newest affinity partner is a health insurance provider—not surprising, given that all REALTORS® must have health insurance by 2014.

How Does the Government Shutdown Affect Real Estate?

October 1, 2013: 

NAR President-elect Steve Brown explains the impact of the Oct. 1 federal government shutdown on programs important to real estate. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, and the federal flood insurance program are among the programs Brown discusses.

Apply by Oct. 9 for AE Institute Scholarship

September 30, 2013: 

Going to AEI? Apply for the William D. North AE Institute Scholarship no later than Oct. 9. Recipients receive $1,000 for expenses, plus complimentary registration.

NAR Offers Community Program Grants to Associations

September 29, 2013: 

Grants help REALTOR® associations play leadership roles in the areas of housing opportunity, smart growth, and diversity.

What Is the Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®)?

September 28, 2013: 

Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®) tells the story of a home, neighborhood or city — beyond the listing — by compiling all the information revolving around subject parcel from the web into one, easy to use system that conveys the information in an agent/brokerage-centric and brandable way. It's that information that's essential in the home buy or sale process.

HUD Removes Dual Agency Restrictions

September 25, 2013: 

NAR members recently received word that the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development would be implementing a new policy on Oct. 1, 2013, that would prevent dual agency agreements in FHA pre-foreclosure transactions.

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