REALTOR® Associations Get Brokers Involved

A grant fund for local and state REALTOR® associations aims to give brokers a seat at the real estate advocacy table....
November 3, 2017

REALTORS® and Habitat for the Win

This Wednesday and Thursday, the REALTORS® Volunteer Build returned to Chicago, where it began in 2001. Learn how NAR members partnered with Habitat for Humanity and other volunteers to create more homeownership opportunities in West Pullman in REALTOR® Magazine's...
November 2, 2017

Learn How to Speak ‘Millennial’ in a Live-Streamed Session

We're proud to present REALTOR® Magazine's very first conference session at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo! Learn how you can attend even if you won't be in Chicago this week. ...
November 2, 2017

Welcome to Chicago, REALTORS®

It’s been 16 years since the National Association of REALTORS® hosted its annual Conference & Expo in Chicago. But now it’s back with anticipation reminiscent of a long-awaited Star Wars episode: Return of the REALTORS®....
November 2, 2017

How to Make It Onto the Cover of REALTOR® Magazine

One of the questions REALTOR® Magazine staff hears most often in casual conversation with members is, “How can I get my photo on the cover of the magazine?” Well—as past NAR presidents, Good Neighbor Award winners, and a few...
October 31, 2017

To Get Higher Sale Price, Client Could Refinish the Floor

What does it cost to make old hardwood floors look new again? Let’s say it costs $3,000. That’s a lot of money, especially for owners who just want to get their house on the market and be done with...

What Does President Trump’s Association Health Plan Executive Order Do?

The executive order President Trump signed on Oct. 12 to expand association health plans (AHPs) is of interest to REALTORS® because NAR has a longstanding interest in these types of health plans. But it’s important for real estate professionals...
October 18, 2017

Why Doubling the Standard Deduction Won’t Help Most Homeowners

One of the most talked-about provisions in the tax reform framework that the Trump Administration and Republican congressional leadership released a few weeks ago is the doubling of the standard deduction. Of all the changes the framework would make,...

If You’re In a Hurricane-Hit Area, the Federal Government Might Have a Job for You

The U.S. Small Business Administration is looking for damage verifiers in the parts of Texas and Florida that were hit by hurricanes. Damage verifiers are people who use their knowledge about real estate to give the agency their assessment...

Small Markets See 4% Gain in Commercial Property Sales

Smaller commercial properties in secondary markets are still attracting buyers at good prices, but demand for big-market mega-properties appears to be easing, NAR second-quarter data suggest. Large markets saw a 5 percent annual decline in sales, while smaller markets...