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By following reliable strategies, practitioners can use Twitter to gain an edge in their market.
Real estate professionals are heavy users of smartphones, particularly the iPhone. Where is your iPhone the most vulnerable? A new survey reveals top danger spots.
NAR's recent Workforce Housing Forum contained many real-world tips and ideas for entering this exciting, much-needed niche.
Your next computing solution could be a tablet, desktop, or notebook. Your choice will likely involve a trade-off between mobility and heavy-duty computing power. Read our guide to find out what will best meet your needs.
Social media expert Scott Stratten shares some secrets to avoiding the "unawesome" in his new book.
Two spyware programs are becoming an increasing threat to Android smartphone users.
Problems with low appraisals are causing more real estate professionals to include appraisal contingencies in their sales contracts.
NAR 2012 Vice President Gary Thomas discusses how appraisals have been affecting the home buying process, and talks about NAR's advocacy for changes that will solve the problems that have been occurring.
Here is a list of iPhone, iPad, and cloud-based apps, as well as Web sites, to help association executives working with YPN be more effecient in their jobs.