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What Makes a REALTOR® Different?

October 24, 2012: 

Most of the general public doesn't know the difference between a REALTOR® and a regular old Joe real estate licensed agent.

Blog: What's NAR Doing on Data Security?

October 24, 2012: 

NAR has been, and continues to work to establish strong methods to better protect you, your families and your clients.

Making a Difference, One Short Sale at a Time

October 23, 2012: 

Marge Peck has developed an ironclad, paperless transaction system that's helped her reach a 90-95 percent short sale success rate.

Younger Buyers Feel Smart About Home Ownership

October 23, 2012: 

More than three-quarters of Americans who fall within Generations X and Y believe they have become increasingly knowledgeable about home ownership over the past six years, according to a new survey.

Remember the Telephone?

October 22, 2012: 

Many problems can be avoided in the first place if people would just pick up the telephone and call the other party rather than texting or e-mailing.

Share Your Insights: What Is Your Best Relationship Building Idea?

October 22, 2012: 

Chime in! REALTOR® Magazine is working with members on an upcoming article about how to maximize business relationships.

Top 10 Worst Home-Showing Offenses

October 22, 2012: 

Don't let one of your listings suffer from one of these common showing mistakes.

The Hall of Fame of Worst Showing Offenses

October 22, 2012: 

Don't let your clients make these mistakes.

Buyers Want Discount to Share New Home With Ghosts

October 22, 2012: 

Nearly a third of prospective home buyers would not rule out buying a "haunted house" or a property where some sort of paranormal activity is said to have to occurred, but many expect a discount of at least 20 percent for such properties.

October 2012: London Calling

October 19, 2012: 

While Brits have long been attracted to the Florida market, they are interested in enticing opportunities all across the U.S., as well as other countries where real estate prospects have been good. Any time buyers cross borders, differences emerge in finding, viewing, and purchasing property which play an important role in real estate transactions. U.K. buyers are no exception to this rule. Inside, you'll also learn more about these differences and what this implies for working with British buyers.

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