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Spring 2012

The Spring 2012 issue of REALTOR AE introduces the winners of the Best Association Web Site Contest; spotlights technology to help associations and their AEs gain an edge; and updates AEs on major NAR initiatives and campaigns.

AEC Chair Report: Be a Technology Role Model.  By Ginger Downs, AEC Chair

Gear Up for the Ethics Rush: Every Member Must Complete An Ethics Class Before 2013. By Carolyn Schwaar

New Association Training Aims to Boost Competency, Innovation. By Carolyn Schwaar

NAR Funds Association Advocacy Initiatives. By Carolyn Schwaar

Kim Cox Receives Terry McDermott Leadership Award. By Carolyn Schwaar

Associations Help Post-Tornado Recovery, Food Pantry, Needy Families. By Carolyn Schwaar

Nationwide Open House Weekend Another Smash Hit. By Carolyn Schwaar

MVP+ Program Boosts Member Engagement. By Carolyn Schwaar

New Candidate School Prepares Members for Public Office. By Carolyn Schwaar

Recent AE Awards and Recognitions. By Carolyn Schwaar

Members Help Defeat Onerous Climate Change Ordinance. By Carolyn Schwaar

RAMCO simplifies installation, boosts training, revises pricing. By Carolyn Schwaar

AE Wins Dinner with President Obama. By Carolyn Schwaar

24-Year REALTOR® Organization Veteran Offers Advice. By Carolyn Schwaar

REALTOR AE Magazine In Memoriam Column. By Carolyn Schwaar

Best of the Web: Winners of REALTOR® AE Magazine’s 10th Annual Outstanding REALTOR® Association Web Site Contest.  By Carolyn Schwaar

Appmania: AEs Reveal Their favorite apps.  By Carolyn Schwaar

Like Us! Follow Us!: REALTOR® Associations’ Maturing Relationship with Facebook and Twitter.
By Carolyn Schwaar and Melynn Sight

Syndication Success: The Legal Considerations of Effective Listing Data Licensing. By Katherine Johnson

My REALTOR® Party: From Member to Politician. By Tania Lee

HR Connection: Put Your Strategic Plan into Action. By Donna Garcia

Small Board: Big Bang For Your Tiny Technology Budget. By Amy DuBose

AE Profile: Reggie McCrary, EVP of the Atlanta Board of REALTORS®, on Tech for Productivity