WASHINGTON -- Realtor association executives from around the country say they expect to lose members if the National Association of Realtors raises dues by $40 a year to boost spending on political activities.An alternative proposal that would offset a dues increase by eliminating a $35-a-year special assessment that funds NAR's "Home Ownership Matters" public awareness campaign would be better received, some association executives said.NAR's board of directors will consider both proposals when it meets Saturday at the group's midyear meeting.Briefing association executives today, NAR CEO Dale Stinton said debate over the proposed dues increase can be broken down into two main components: Whether or not NAR needs to increase its political advocacy efforts, and if so, how to pay for them."The most frequently asked question is how will we raise the motions" at Saturday's board meeting, Stinton said.Although the agenda for Saturday's meeting hasn't been finalized, Stin...
by Andrew Wetzel | on Mar 22, 2017
by Gill South | 19 hours
by Brad Inman | 3 days
by Andrea V. Brambila | 1 day
by Brad Inman | on Mar 21, 2017