President-Elect Steve Brown and Senior Technology Representative Melanie Wyne discuss how to protect your client's information.
NAR's Code of Ethics celebrates its centennial in 2013.
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In this video, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun talks about pending home sales, which rose strongly in October with mixed regional results.
Existing-home sales for October 2012, released in November, are up solidly, along with prices, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says.
NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun breaks down the housing market, job growth numbers and the impact of the Presidential election in this candid interview.
Bob helps home owners in distress whether they are facing illness, job loss, foreclosure or in some instances, all of the above. Bob believes that when individuals are equipped with the proper knowledge, they can make the right decisions about their lives. He works upwards of 20 files at a time with distressed owners – many referred to him by other agents and attorneys with as simple a message as “Sent my friend Sally your number. Has problems. Please help her keep the house. “
When Ken turned 50 he created a bucket list of projects he wanted to accomplish in his life and one of those was to make a jazz record. After collaborating with other Kansas City jazz musicians and writing his own songs, Ken produced the CD “Jazz for Joplin: Just Follow Your Heart!” A majority of the proceeds go to the Joplin tornado victims to rebuild their homes and lives.
Connie was the 2009 President of Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay (RTTB), an organization that repairs homes for those in need. RTTB typically remodels or rebuilds some 30 homes a year. But Connie decided she could do even more and when she was president, RTTB remodeled a whopping 72 homes. Connie is also the 2012 president of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay so she understands that home owners cherish their four-legged family members too.
Wayne Curtis has helped Baltimore city officials perform a public function—the revitalization of the central city. In fact, he was tapped by Baltimore officials to sell vacant city-owned property, part of a growing realization among public officials that real estate practitioners can be partners in solving critical housing issues.