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What's That Flying Over Your Listing?

February 25, 2013: 

A small number of real estate practitioners have been exploring whether drones might be used as a way to survey property and shoot aerial videos to help market and sell listings.

Social Capital: Creating Strong, Lasting Business Relationships

February 25, 2013: 

Cultivating lasting relationships with your prospects and past clients take authenticity, time, and a little homework. Here are some tips for establishing yourself as an asset to your social media community.

The Worst Colors to Use in a Home

February 25, 2013: 

Color research tells us some colors to avoid. Colors that can be considered, as some researchers note, "eye irritants" and can even cause headaches or mess with your vision.

Banks Complete $19B in Mortgage Write-Downs

February 25, 2013: 

The nation's five largest banks are making big progress toward completing the requirements outlined in a settlement with federal and state officials last year over faulty foreclosure allegations.

Poll: Americans More Optimistic About Recovery

February 25, 2013: 

Americans are feeling better about the trajectory of home prices and the real estate market's potential impact on the broader economic recovery, according to a new Bloomberg poll.

Foreclosed Home Owners Seek Second Chance

February 25, 2013: 

The number of eligible home buyers who will have had a foreclosure on their record will reach 1.5 million by the first quarter of 2014.

Fannie: Housing to See 'Sustained Growth'

February 25, 2013: 

"One of the key developments for the housing market last year was the general consensus that home prices, on a national basis, bottomed earlier in the year," according to a new report by Fannie Mae economists.

NPR: Why Is The Government In The Flood Insurance Business?

February 23, 2013: 

NPR explains why the federal government started selling flood insurance and assesses the current state of the program.

CE Exemptions for Age/Experience

February 22, 2013: 

The Library staff explores an excellent resource for data on state licensing requirements.

HUD Investigates Treatment of Pregnant Buyers

February 22, 2013: 

HUD is investigating dozens of complaints that mortgage lenders are denying or delaying loans to women who are pregnant or on maternity leave.

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