More than 170 Central Florida real estate professionals, leasing agents, and others rode an Amtrak train this morning, "pretending" they were on the planned SunRail commuter train.
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REThink: The Future of Real Estate and the National Association of REALTORS® are excited to announce the 10 winners of the lottery that awards associations and other groups the opportunity to host a REThink event. Winners were drawn at the 2012 Leadership Summit in Chicago, Aug. 20-21.
The national REALTOR® Leadership Program,* launched just a year ago, has already produced dozens of dedicated, motivated, and prepared volunteer leaders. The leadership experts chosen (and trained) to conduct the program at state and local associations and national meetings have learned a lot, too.
Terry Penza is the 2012 recipient of the William R. Magel Award for excellence in REALTOR® association management, in part for how she leads her association on a continuous adventure, keeping pace with changes in the industry.
Managing the risk of operating Web sites that allow third parties to display content requires not only sound business skills but also knowledge of the special laws that govern the application of liability to the operators of such sites.
Although the real estate industry is in a slow but steady climb in parts of the country, other areas are still struggling to recover.
Sometimes it’s great to be “where everybody knows your name,” but for some small associations, the cozy dynamic between volunteer leaders and association staff can veer into “too close for comfort” if you’re not careful.