Over the past five years, REALTOR® association leadership training has matured beyond the annual retreat for a handful of leadership team members.
NAR’s newest training programs equip volunteers with the skills to lead their organizations through challenging times.
Seven AEs earned their Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Chicago in a program sponsored by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
NAR’s 2012 Leadership Academy is producing a card game called “Mind the Gap” to help bridge the generational divide between REALTORS®.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ 2012 Profile of International Home Buying Activity, released in June, shows that 52 percent of REALTORS® had at least one international transaction in the past year.
In the first training of its kind, four associations from Iowa and Illinois met in April to receive instruction from Bryan Wahl, NAR political consultant, on how local associations can tap into the wide array of resources available through the My REALTOR® Party (MRP) program.
A little more than a year ago, a tornado ripped through Joplin, Mo., claiming 161 lives and destroying real estate offices and housing inventory.
“The Direct Connection to Growing Better Leaders” is NAR’s Association Leadership Development (ALD) department’s vision. It is the underlying impetus that drives the programs, products, and services that NAR offers for local and state association staff and volunteer leaders.
Leaders are everywhere. They reside in every city, every position, and every organization. Leaders are employees and volunteers; men and women; old and young. Leadership knows no ethnic, cultural, racial, or religious bounds. Just look around you.
Borrowers who faced foreclosure in 2009 or 2010 may be eligible for a free independent review of their foreclosures and they now have until Dec. 31, 2012, to make a request for that review.