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Help Your Clients Take the Next Step

When Michele Serro, an opera singer with a background in design, had a lackluster experience purchasing her first apartment in New York five years ago, her life mission became clear: Make home-buying human. “I didn’t feel like there were...
August 19, 2013

Be a Better Buyer’s Rep

Low inventories have created a seller’s market, and your buyers may be tempted to write multiple purchase offers on their favorite listing, for instance, as well as the close second. On the one hand, it may increase the odds...
December 6, 2012

Unravel the Mysteries of International Real Estate

What’s the difference between a resident alien and a non-resident alien? Do foreign nationals need a social security card to purchase property in the U.S? How many decades has it been since the last time it rained in Lima,...
October 12, 2012

Exploring the Expo

By Erica Christoffer, multimedia Web producer, REALTOR® Magazine Brooke Wolford of Coldwell Burnet Banker in Woodbury, Minn., checks out exhibits during the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Anaheim Friday....
November 13, 2011

Education and Home Ownership: Hand in Hand

By Stacey Moncrieff, Editor in Chief, REALTOR® Magazine I had an opportunity Thursday to spend some time at a symposium and reception Thursday, where REALTORS® attending the Midyear Legislative Meetings were celebrating the work of the 2011 HOPE Award...

A Peek into the Daily Life of a Real Estate Pro

By Erica Christoffer, Multimedia Web Producer, REALTOR® Magazine Covering real estate issues for REALTOR® Magazine is fun, rewarding, and challenging. I love talking to members and capturing their story. So when I was offered the opportunity to shadow the...
September 3, 2010

The Future of Real Estate

By Katherine Tarbox, Senior Editor, REALTOR® Magazine Last Friday, I traveled to Milwaukee to visit the first children’s interactive real estate exhibit at the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum. Hope you enjoy the fun....
August 10, 2010