Whether you’re working at a big or small brokerage or elsewhere, we hope our stories give you that good feeling that comes from being part of something big—a thriving industry that offers a lot of different approaches to success.
NAR recently posted at REALTOR.org the transcript of a remarkably candid discussion on the future of Homestore.com. The company will focus its marketing energies on driving people to REALTOR.COM and its other core sites, not on quixotic attempts to build the Homestore brand into the housing equivalent of America Online.
We want both the magazine and the Web site to be your partner in business success—so we’re working to create synergy between the two. Let us know what more we can do, in print and online, to help you succeed.
This year’s list, which will run in the September 2002 issue, will actually feature 200 names—the 100 salespeople with the most transaction sides in the country and the 100 salespeople with the top sales volume in the country.
What we've learned helped us paint a picture of a new editorial focus in the coming year. But in addition, this year, we’re working to make the magazine more reflective of both the times we live in and the real estate professionals we serve.
A remarkable number of people from all over the world heeded the call for help in the wake of Sept. 11—doing whatever they could, from providing water and supplies to the rescue teams to giving blood to enlisting in the military. The REALTOR® organization was no exception, stepping up within hours of the attacks to create the REALTORS® Housing Relief Fund.