The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ board of directors approved $200,000 in issues mobilization funding to the Greater Boston Real Estate Board.
A new program from NAR called REach will act as the bridge between companies with innovative technology ideas and members who want to take their businesses to the next level.
Every state and local REALTOR® association is invited to join NAR in celebrating the centennial of the Code of Ethics. NAR’s yearlong celebration kicked off at the REALTORS® Conference in November and includes communications and events throughout 2013. State and local associations can participate in, and mirror, NAR’s efforts on the local level in a number of ways.
The store shelves and display cases at the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS® building are coming down, its full-time retail clerk reassigned to member services.
Having led four major REALTOR® associations (Philadelphia, Albuquerque, Sacramento, Las Vegas) in four very distinct markets over the past two decades, Nelson Janes brings a unique perspective to association financial management.
As associations today strive to be more detailed and forthcoming with their financial statements, and members and leadership take a closer look at association spending, often the tried-and-true, if not tedious, Excel spreadsheets can’t cut it alone.