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.
Find out about the primary functions of a REALTOR® association, jobs within an association, professional development opportunities, and ways to become involved.
Are you an expert in the National Association of REALTORS®' professional standards procedures? Test your skills.
Tickets are available now for the RCE Leadership Luncheon at the 2013 REALTORS® Conference & Expo.
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.
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.
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.
Grants help REALTOR® associations play leadership roles in the areas of housing opportunity, smart growth, and diversity.
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.
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.