In 2012, REALTORS® will be going back to the (virtual) classroom, marching on Capitol Hill, and earning rewards for engaging with their association.
Maybe it’s all the tweeting I’ve been doing (via @realtormag), but 400 words feels like a lot to write about one topic. Instead, a potpourri.
Banks can spur a housing recovery by providing underwater borrowers relief through principal reduction.
“Unethical recruiting is rampant these days because of desperate brokers,” says Dave Tina, general manager of Realty One Group in Las Vegas. “I’ve seen brokers saying that the company the sales associate works for is going bankrupt when it’s financially solvent or that it’s been bouncing commission checks when it never has.”
REALTOR® Magazine ethics columnist Bruce Aydt, general counsel at Prudential Alliance, REALTORS®, in St. Louis, shares his thoughts on doing the right thing when faced with the six most challenging articles in the NAR Code of Ethics.
With frustration levels high as buyers and sellers navigate short sales and REOs, the chance of getting snagged in a lawsuit is higher than it otherwise might be. Even if you aren’t personally named in a legal action, you could be subpoenaed to answer attorneys’ questions in a deposition if you had a role in a transaction gone bad. Before you’re deposed, here’s what you need to know.
As an evolutionary biologist, David Sloan Wilson expected to spend his life studying zooplankton. But now his microscope focuses on a broader subject: his hometown of Binghamton, N.Y.
Government support is critical to a healthy housing market.
As part of an historic “Flood the Hill” coalition of real estate, construction, financial services, insurance, consumer, taxpayer and environmental groups, NAR stepped up pressure on Congress to pass the 5-year Flood Insurance Reauthorization Bill.
Ways to combat threats to real-estate investment.