A question posed by AEs from time to time is whether and how the REALTOR® marks may be used to identify AEs and other association staff.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ Public Advocacy Campaign began in February with the national launch of the new commercial “Dreams,” which underscores the value of home ownership from a child’s point of view.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ new day-long technology conference debuted in Fairfax, Va., on April 12 and will travel to seven cities throughout 2013. The conference is designed to teach attendees about cutting-edge technologies that are changing the real estate industry and how they can harness these to do more business.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® is launching a renewed effort to serve its growing contingent of commercial real estate practitioner members, now at 75,000.
The Connecticut statewide MLS (CTMLS) launched its real estate search app in April to both REALTORS® and the public. The app, called CTreal Mobile, is available free in the Apple App Store and on Google Play. Homes data is drawn directly from the MLS and updates when the MLS is updated, according to CTMLS’s Web site. Key features include GPS tracking; map search; share listings via social media, text message, and e-mail; open house search; and driving directions.
AEs attending the 2013 AE Institute, March 18-21, spoke with RAE about their latest successes and challenges.
Brenda Roney, RCE, AE, Carteret County Association of REALTORS®, N.C.: