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April is Fair Housing Month

April 21, 2014: 

REALTOR® Action Center has articles, posters, and information about how your association can recognize Fair Housing Month.

Prescription Drug Addicts Target Open Houses

April 15, 2014: 

Prescription abusers are posing as home buyers and using open houses to raid medicine cabinets and night stands in search of drugs.

Home Improvements: Make Them Count!

April 14, 2014: 

RPR® offers a helpful tool that allows REALTORS® to take the guesswork out of calculating home renovations.

New Appraisal Tools Page on Realtor.org

April 11, 2014: 

The new Appraisal Tools page provides links to educational resources for real estate agents who want to educate clients about the appraisal process.

NAR, Realtor.com® Team Up to Launch Mega-Campaign

April 9, 2014: 

The National Association of REALTORS® and realtor.com® are preparing a joint media blitz calling attention to the power of the REALTOR® brand.

FHA Exploring How To Bring Back "Spot Loans"

April 8, 2014: 

Good news for REALTORS®, lenders and condominium unit owners who’ve been frustrated by FHA’s prohibition of “spot loans” in developments that haven’t obtained certification: The agency is now seriously exploring how to relax its ban and bring them back.

MyRPR User Story: Raphael Barta

April 7, 2014: 

Raphael Barta was able to help his clients successfully relocate West with help from RPR®.

Purchase Tickets for the RCE Leadership Luncheon

April 4, 2014: 

Keynote speaker Tameka Bryant speaks about diversity as an integral factor for long-term stability and growth. May 16th at the REALTOR® Party Convention & Trade Expo. Tickets are $60 and seating is limited.

Updated: REALTOR® Association Resource Exchange

April 4, 2014: 

Access a collection of sample strategic plans, job descriptions, association policies and more, curated by and for REALTOR® associations.

Flood Insurance Disclosure Guidance

April 2, 2014: 

NAR Legal Affairs has updated the model disclosure for use on properties that require flood insurance in light of the recent changes to the Biggert-Waters Act.

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