Association health plans (AHPs) would bring large-group efficiencies to the small-group insurance market to make health insurance more affordable for professionals, such as real estate practitioners, who typically have to pay their own premiums.
REALTORS® are using their growing numbers to maintain their position at the center of the real estate transaction and boost their role as advocates for communities and families. That was the key message coming out of the 2004 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, which ran Nov. 4–8 in Orlando, Fla.
In real estate sales, there are no regular paychecks, tax withholdings, or automatic retirement savings. Follow these tips to effectively budget and manage your commission income—so that it catapults you to financial stability and success.
How will real estate markets be faring in five years? How will the business change? Where will your best opportunities lie? To answer these kinds of questions, you need to watch for signs—shifts in the market, technological breakthroughs, changes in consumer attitudes. That’s what we went looking for when we created this year’s list of 25 hot trends in real estate.
National elections Nov. 2 produced a big day for the “REALTOR® Party,” with Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., becoming the first REALTOR® elected to the U.S. Senate and most of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®–backed candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate coming out on top.