Outreach Archive

Dos and Don’ts of Building an Ideal Customer Experience

Apple has become the most lucrative company in the world because of the simple, consistent customer experience it provides, Terry Watson, ABR, GRI, a Chicago-based real estate professional and motivational speaker, told attendees at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo...
November 5, 2017

The Power of Women Homeowners

Do you have a “seat at the table” for one of the fastest growing markets?...
November 5, 2017

6 Ways to Build Trust in a Skeptical World

It’s a difficult environment in which to build trust. The divide is growing between the general masses and the elites, social media has made some relationships less authentic, parents today worry that their children won’t have as many opportunities...
November 4, 2017

Tips to Vamp Up Consumer Engagement

Modernize your buying and selling processes, but don't forget the human touch....
November 4, 2017

Minneapolis Association Puts Its Heart Into Real Estate Love Connections

First, Connecticut REALTORS® brought in the muscle power of the WWE to metaphorically show the strength of a REALTOR® in a home transaction. Now, the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS® is playing matchmaker with lovelorn home shoppers, helping them...
October 11, 2016

The Worst Question to Ask a Real Estate Agent?

Michael Cuevas, a sales associate with Fulton Grace Realty in Chicago, says that asking the right questions of a real estate agent is an important part of lessening anxiety for consumers concerned about the home buying or home selling...
September 8, 2016

Orlando REALTORS® Lend Support to Shooting Victims

In the aftermath of the tragic June 12 shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando that killed 49 people — the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history — one local REALTOR® opened his heart and his properties to bring victims...
July 5, 2016

NAR Shows It’s a Safety Stallion

On the second day of the new year in 1908, Officer William R. Mooney, a Chicago policeman, lost his life while protecting his community. A 16-year veteran of Chicago’s finest, Mooney, 45, was shot in a gun battle with...
December 8, 2014

Rebuilding Neighborhoods: One Block at a Time

On a portion of LaSalle Street in Central New Orleans,  homes are boarded up or have been torn down, overshadowing and slowly peeling away at the history of a thriving musical scene in the early 1900s.  But a change...

In New Orleans’ Ninth Ward, a Future Peeks Through the Past

A tale of two cities plays out in New Orleans, separated by only three miles but appearing to be worlds apart. The French Quarter is awash in the neon lights of peep-show bars, alive with the shouts of overly...
November 6, 2014