It’s not surprising to learn that the members who are least likely to adapt to new technology are those who have been successfully practicing real estate for 30 years or more. Often, these members have to be pushed to register for classes online, take the online ethics course, pay dues online with a credit card, or visit your Web site to print out new resources like forms and PDF brochures. Below are some tips for getting your “seasoned” members to use technology, and maybe even embrace it.
On February 29, key members of NAR committees and leadership met with the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and other federal agencies to address the REO to Rental Initiative announced earlier in the week (see separate item). The purpose of this meeting was to express NAR's ongoing concerns about the implementation of the plan to dispose of government owned foreclosed properties by making them available for rental.