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Industry and Consumer Groups Call for Broad Qualified Mortgage

April 23, 2012: 

NAR spearheaded a 33 member coalition in sending a letter to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray calling for a broadly defined Qualified Mortgage (QM) under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

5 Quick Takeaways: National Mortgage Settlement

April 16, 2012: 

Here are five initial takeaways from the $25 billion dollar national mortgage settlement that will impact real estate transactions.

Legislation to Extend Expiring Relief Introduced

April 13, 2012: 

Legislation to Extend Expiring Relief Introduced

Realtors® Call for Broad Qualified Mortgage Definition to Help Consumers and Housing Market

April 13, 2012: 

On Friday, April 13, NAR joined a broad coalition of lenders, investors, housing professionals, consumer advocates and civil rights groups, in sending a letter to Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, urging for a broadly defined Qualified Mortgage (QM) that covers a wide range of traditionally safe products and underwriting criteria.

Welcome to my.realtor.org

April 12, 2012: 

April 12, 2012

Today marks a milestone for NAR on the web. With the launch of this new site, we’re shifting the focus to you, the member. We’re calling the site my.realtor.org, because it’s your experience that counts. We believe that you should control what you want to see, and where you want to see it, and we’ve taken significant steps to make that happen.

You can customize my.realtor.org

Now you can customize the homepage with the topics and areas that you find most valuable to you.

Here’s how:

Exactly How Do You Create Viral Content?

April 12, 2012: 

You’ve probably heard it said more than once, “You need to create viral content in order to bring more traffic to your site.” But that’s really easier said than done. While often these videos can seem like just a good laugh, they do bring about brand awareness.

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