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October 1, 2011
When Patricia (Pat) Connors began work at the Kent Washington Association of REALTORS®, Wash., in 1980 as the first paid staff member, she thought she was being hired as a secretary. She soon learned that she was actually the executive officer.
October 1, 2011
Although the Realtors Property ResourceTM (RPR) enjoys data partnerships with more than 325 MLSs, representing more than half a million REALTORS®, the NAR subsidiary “has recently hit a wall of entrenched attitudes and business models,” said RPR CEO Dale Ross on the RPR blog in August.
October 1, 2011
REALTORS® Federal Credit Union now offers two financing options for associations that wish to purchase REALTOR® NXT Wireless lockboxes from SentriLock, which is majority-owned by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
September 1, 2011

By Carolyn Schwaar


What would the real estate industry look like without the leadership of REALTOR® associations and volunteers?
September 1, 2011

By Melynn Sight
September 1, 2011

By Amy DuBose

Sometimes it’s hard to imagine how a local association can make a difference in the national scope of politics and change in our country. It often feels as if we’re too small to have an effect, have
too few resources, and even fewer hours in the day to devote to advocacy. With this mindset, no wonder so many small associations pass the responsibility of political advocacy on to larger or state associations.
September 1, 2011
A Q & A with Robert Broome
Over the past 11 years, Robert Broome, director of governmental affairs for the Atlanta Board of REALTORS® and the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS®, has championed the REALTOR® -legislative and regulatory agenda. His twin passions for REALTOR® issues and politics have threaded themselves through his career as a GAD (formerly of the Tennessee Association of REALTORS®), a contract lobbyist, a public relations consultant, and a political consultant.
September 1, 2011
If you own a home, chances are you’ve invested more than money; you’re likely invested in the surrounding community, as well. Studies show that homeowners are more likely to be involved and engaged in local issues than renters. The schools and local retail shops grow in importance to homeowners as they become part of the fabric of
the neighborhood.
September 1, 2011

By Finley Maxson

As more states enact legislation providing legal recognition to same-sex couples, you may wonder about the differences between same-sex marriage and civil unions (or domestic partnerships),
as well as how these laws might affect a REALTOR® association.
Confusion over differences in partnership laws
August 1, 2011
There’s no question we’re dealing with difficult issues when it comes to the future of our nation’s economy, but in the process, we must not lose sight of the values that helped make our country strong in the first place.

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