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The NAR President’s Podcast is a bi-monthly series from the NAR President focusing on communicating issues important to members. Topics range from public policy updates to announcements on the latest business advantages offered to members.

March 1, 2011: Going Global Strengthens the Real Estate Market at Home

March 1, 2011: 

In his latest podcast, direct from Singapore, Ron explains how our work with global partners to stimulate the global real estate business complements NAR's efforts to strengthen the real estate market in the United States.

Feb. 15, 2011: Restructuring the Secondary Mortgage Market

February 15, 2011: 

2011 NAR President Ron Phipps explains NAR's position on secondary mortgage market reform and provides information on the Home Ownership Matters bus tour, which kicks off in Chicago in March.

Feb. 1, 2011: Lenders Acknowledge Credit Standards are Too Restrictive

February 1, 2011: 

2011 NAR President Ron Phipps discusses meeting with Citibank, Treasury and FHFA, and the acknowledgment that credit requirements are too restrictive.

Jan. 18, 2011: New Public Awareness Campaign Ads Coming to a Show Near You

January 18, 2011: 

2011 NAR President Ron Phipps explains why he's so excited about the new Public Awareness Campaign ads, which launched on January 17th, and where you can tune in to hear and see them.

Public Awareness Campaign Web site

Jan. 3, 2011: MID, GSEs, and the LIVE REALTOR® Town Hall

January 3, 2011: 

2011 NAR President Ron Phipps discusses 2011 priorities and the launch of new public awareness campaign ads, an eNewsletter and the first LIVE REALTOR® Town Hall on January 24th.

Protecting the MID

Basics of the GSEs

Home Ownership Matters

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Hear directly from your national leadership and share your own positive stories. Twice each week, NAR's leadership team will share their experiences and insights, as they travel across the country. Read the latest posts and tell us what is happening in your market.

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