The 1993 PAG recommendations helped pave the way for real estate licensees to form the agency relationships they thought worked best. Will disclosed dual agency continue to hold sway in the years to come, or will single agency predominate?
We're excited about NAR’s sponsorship of “Within These Walls . . . ,” a new exhibition at the American History museum. The exhibition, which showcases a 240-year-old house and five of the families that called it home, will give millions of visitors the feeling of being part of history.
Think about what the fair housing law means, not in terms of rules and regulations written more than 30 years ago in Washington, D.C., but in terms of its effect on the lives of real people in your community. Make it “personal” for you.
REALTOR® Magazine is expanding the concept of our “Top 100 Companies” feature (first published in July 2000) to apply to sales associates, as well. In our September 2001 issue, we’ll crown the “Top 100 Salespeople,” those who reached the apex in residential sales in the United States for the year 2000.
Unsung heroes--REALTORS® who devote precious time and energy to community service without thought of recognition--are the kind of people we were seeking for the REALTOR® Magazine Good Neighbor Awards. And, boy, did we find them.
There are lots of ways for all of us to make politics our business closer to home--from exercising the right to vote to contributing to the REALTORS® Political Action Committee to actually running for an office.