NAR has set up a private, online health insurance marketplace to provide additional options for you if you need insurance or, if you already have coverage, want to see what other affordable policies are available.
NAR launched Second Century Ventures in 2009 to invest in high-growth technology companies whose products offer innovative real estate solutions. Now NAR’s strategic investment arm is cultivating partnerships with smaller startups through its REach™ accelerator program.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney offer differing takes on how a president should support the American dream of home ownership. In this exclusive, extended version of our REALTOR® Magazine candidate Q&A, the 2012 presidential candidates outline their plans.
A district court ruled that a listing brokerage was entitled to keep its commissions from the sale of two apartment buildings in 2007, though the company buying the properties was being operated as a Ponzi scheme.
Residential real estate has become more complex over the years as a result of laws enacted to protect consumers’ welfare. Here are 23 federal laws that play a part in residential real estate. The list is not exhaustive, but it provides an idea of how much of the real estate transaction falls under federal regulation.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ Board of Directors last year made several enhancements to the NAR Code of Ethics that take effect this year to help ensure the Code remains up-to-date as practitioners confront new situations. Here are four changes you’ll want to make note of.
Even in the Internet age, direct mail is a more popular marketing technique than video and social networking sites, according to data from NAR’s 2011 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers. Almost 20 percent of sales associates use direct mail in their marketing. Here are ideas for making this technique work best for you.