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AEs Get on the Bus

October 1, 2011: 

The NAR “Home Ownership Matters” bus visited the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS® in July as seven area AEs gathered for their two-day annual “peer review” meeting. The bus has stopped at dozens of REALTOR® associations across the country, in addition to other locations, giving local association executives an opportunity to host events where they can speak out for home ownership.

Michigan Launches First REALTOR® Appraiser Management Company

October 1, 2011: 

Taking an innovative approach to solving the home valuation problem, the Michigan Association of REALTORS® launched its own appraisal management company.

Local Board Makeover Starts with Name Change, Dues Decrease

October 1, 2011: 

As part of what it calls a revisioning, the Fort Collins Board of REALTORS®, Colo., hopes to change its name to the Northern Colorado REALTOR® Association.

Friendship Home Wins REALTOR® Grant

October 1, 2011: 

The Plymouth and South Shore Association of REALTORS®, Mass., presented a $2,000 housing and homeless assistance grant to the Friendship Home, which provides respite, support services, and other programs to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families within Massachusetts. The Plymouth associations nominated Friendship Home to receive the grant from the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS®’ Charitable Foundation.

NAR Hires Local Association to Produce Market Reports

October 1, 2011: 

The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® has chosen 10K Research and Marketing, a wholly owned and operated subsidiary of the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS®, to produce its local Economic and Market Watch reports.

Wash. REALTORS® Award Elected Official

October 1, 2011: 

Politicians welcome all opportunities to issue positive press releases about themselves and tout awards they’ve won. But establishing the REALTOR® Legislative Champion award meant more to the Washington REALTORS® Association than publicity; it’s a way to thank elected officials that fought for real estate industry issues and home ownership.