A new kind of pin category on Pinterest might hold opportunities for real estate practitioners beyond the standard decor boards.
Through FHA’s “Back To Work – Extenuating Circumstances Program,” borrowers who have gone through bankruptcy, foreclosure, deed-in-lieu, or short sale, may be eligible for an FHA-backed mortgage sooner if they can prove their financial hardship was the result of an economic event, such as job loss or a significant decrease in income.
REALTOR Benefits® Program partner Victor O. Schinnerer introduces new online tutorial to help NAR members learn more about their expanded E&O policy, premium credits, and risk management resources.
Dawn Bauman from the Community Associations Institute and James Cantrell of Cantrell, Harris & Associates discuss the process of FHA financing, certification, and approval.
Laurie Janik sat down with REALTOR® Magazine to reflect upon the significant legal challenges NAR has faced over her decades-long tenure with the association.