Find out about how risk management and legal liability issues can affect real estate professionals.
With well-crafted policies, regular training, and consultation with counsel, associations and members can minimize exposure to liability concerning key risk areas.
This three-part report prepared by NAR's Information Central recommends a number of security practices to help keep you and your business safe online.
Members who utilize marketing-related emails, texts, and other electronic communication tools in their Canadian business should familiarize themselves with this Anti-Spam legislation.
In this video, NAR's Risk Management Committee shows you how to protect property listings from being used in rental scams by using Google Alerts, an "If This, Then That" (IFTTT) recipe, and Google Images.
Find out why economic turmoil leads to more court cases and what you can do about the potential risks.
Real estate agents and brokers in New York City can be fined for showing homes that are not up to code.
Some people are using adverse possession laws to squat on foreclosed properties in bids to claim homes they don't own.
Scammers are hijacking the identity of real estate agents to dupe would-be clients in a sophisticated listing scam.
Nearly 40 percent of smart phone users don't take basic security measures such as a phone password, according to a large-scale Consumer Reports study.