Powered by Google

Search form

Tell the EPA to Withdraw their Proposed Rule to Regulate Most Water Bodies

September 18, 2014: 

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (The Corps) have issued a proposed rulemaking that redefines most water bodies as “waters of the U.S.,” which is a fundamental change to the Clean Water Act. If promulgated, this proposed regulation would place more water bodies under the authority of the EPA and the Corps, which would result in more time consuming and expensive permits, regulatory red tape, and less economic development in communities across the country.

Anti-Money Laundering Guidelines for Real Estate Professionals

November 15, 2012: 

The purpose of this fact sheet and suggested voluntary guidelines is to increase real estate professionals’ awareness, knowledge, and understanding of the potential money laundering risks surrounding real estate and enable them to identify practical measures to mitigate the risks.

RPR Commercial: Pinpointing Target Audiences

October 22, 2014: 

When working with clients, REALTORS® are generally given specific criteria needed to support a business. RPR Commercial pinpoints the “right customers” based on a client’s needs. This analysis allows you, as a REALTOR®, to help your client find the best place to locate using various data to identify areas with a high volume of target customers for the business.

Technology Report: Printing Property

October 22, 2014: 

Don’t look now, but there’s a robot in your office. It’s your computer printer. Happy to print your spreadsheets, this familiar little robot now has cousins, strange new machines with far bigger jobs in mind. How big? Your next office building just might be built by one.

Advocacy Report: A Timeline of Lease Accounting

October 22, 2014: 

The joint Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) project on Lease Accounting was forecast to be completed, with new rules regulating lease accounting in the U.S. and internationally, by the end of 2014, but it is unclear if that will come to pass.

Pages