NAR members should not pre-register or pay money to an outside company for a .REALTOR domain because NAR will be overseeing registrations starting next year.
The advantages of conducting business in the Internet "cloud" are making the model more appealing than virtual offices.
Twitter is adding photo and video previews to users' timelines, making the photos and videos visible in users' feeds without having to click a link.
On behalf of the leading advocate for homeownership and housing issues, NAR President Gary Thomas recommended essential reforms to the current housing finance structure that will benefit consumers.
Universities and college in the U.S. and around the world are reaching out beyond their borders, hoping to include substantial numbers of foreign students into their incoming classes. Foreign students (and their parents) are often investing in more than tuition - property may be on their radar too. There are numerous angles for selling to this market and using it to expand your global business. Find out how.
Explore the wealth of statistical research NAR provides to help you focus your business, help your clients, and plan for the months ahead.
A new tool called Intro may allow you to learn more about those who e-mail you.
Technology has transformed the real estate industry over the past decade. Here five of today's popular apps that promise business efficiency.
A 10-year history shows REALTORS®’ evolving use of technology, the Internet and social media and the essential role that technology plays in the real estate transaction.
REpurposed Apps is a site brought to you by NAR's Center For REALTOR® Technology that allows members to share the apps they use and info about how they use them.