During the past few years several associations have offered dues rebates to assist members who are struggling financially.
I’ve received numerous calls lately regarding compensating employees for overtime and under what would be considered “extenuating circumstances,” such as power outages or natural disasters.
Winning passage of a state constitutional amendment would be a feather in the cap of any organization. But for Louisiana REALTORS® fighting to ban transfer taxes, last November’s victory was especially important. Louisiana now joins Arizona, Montana, and Missouri, as the only states having constitutional amendments prohibiting transfer taxes from being imposed on the sale of a property.
Across the country, AEs report seeing a shift away from member demands for solely business programs and events, and a shift toward more social functions. Why? AEs point to two reasons.
AEs share their advice and 2012 survival techniques.
Question: When a listing agent has received multiple offers, what can or can’t be disclosed to a buyer’s agent? Does the REALTORS® Code of Ethics say listing agents can’t disclose the details of the other offers unless all parties involved are given the same information?