Whether you're a new or aspiring REALTOR® or whether you're brushing up on changes in the industry, here are some resources to help you understand real estate ethics.
Here are three tips that will get you closer to never using a printer again.
A Pennsylvania bill is being touted as an innovative way to handle the number of abandoned, distressed properties that have become eyesores throughout the state.
"For many Americans, housing is still a crisis, and they are anxiously waiting for solutions," RE/MAX chairman Dave Liniger wrote to the presidential candidates.
As Hurricane Sandy threatening the Atlantic Coast in what's being dubbed as "Frankenstorm," many home owners are asking themselves: Have I done enough to disaster-proof my home?
Home mortgage originations will shrink by up to 20 percent and the economy as a whole clipped by 1.1 percent over the next three years if federal regulators proceed with their proposed qualified mortgage (QM) and qualified residential mortgage (QRM) rules.
Though you may not think it, nearly every market is a second-home market. Attend the Nov. 9 resort networking reception at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo to meet other resort and second-home professionals and find out how they've expanded their business by finding the resort and second-home opportunities in their area.
If you're interested in global business and networking with real estate professionals from all over the world—and having fun in the process—you can't miss International Night Out on Nov. 10 at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo. Register today for dinner, drinks, music, and dancing with globally minded professionals from the United States and abroad.
Being able to point out features that make a home accessible is part of your job as a real estate professional. You can also help steer sellers looking into pre-sale or staging modifications away from changes that will unnecessarily narrow the market or make the home more difficult to navigate.
Home mortgage originations will shrink by up to 20 percent over the next three years if federal regulators proceed with proposed rules, according to a new analysis.