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We're in This Together

September 25, 2012: 

NAR President Moe Veissi talks about setting the future course for the real estate industry.

Two Visions Come Into Focus

September 25, 2012: 

President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney hold starkly different views on recent reforms—and on the best way to preserve the American dream.

Mastering the Business

September 25, 2012: 

Working toward a Master of Real Estate degree, REALTOR® University’s inaugural class says lessons are paying off in the field.

Notes From Readers: The Importance of a Proper Survey

September 25, 2012: 

Readers' letters offer thoughts on mortgage plats, professionalism, the meaning of age, and more.

Susan Cain: Shunning the Spotlight

September 25, 2012: 

In her paradigm-shifting New York Times best seller Quiet, Susan Cain reveals the advantages of being an introvert in a world that celebrates extroverts.

Brokerage No Part of the Ponzi Scheme

September 25, 2012: 

A listing brokerage that received commissions for the sale of two apartment buildings in 2007, after learning the company buying the properties was being operated as a Ponzi scheme, was entitled to keep its commissions, the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah, Central District, ruled.

Amp Up Curb Appeal

September 25, 2012: 

Staging and real estate professionals offer some compelling ideas for sprucing up homes' exteriors.

Accepted Offers Must Be Disclosed

September 25, 2012: 

To understand the different obligations under the Code of Ethics and MLS rules, start by identifying whether an offer is accepted or not yet accepted with guidance from this REALTOR® magazine article.

Wisdom for the Ages

September 25, 2012: 

A devotion to learning will pay off when you need it most—and expect it least, said Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, speaking to 1,600 REALTOR® association leaders in August.

We Can Do Better Than 12% Mobility

September 25, 2012: 

In the past 25 years, the mobility rate in America has steadily declined. Last year only 12 percent of the population moved, a troubling economic indicator.

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