WASHINGTON -- The committee that sets the agenda for the National Association of Realtors' board of directors approved a motion to recommend the board have a special meeting to discuss the trade group's official website, realtor.com, and third-party aggregators, NAR CEO Dale Stinton told attendees at a forum for executive officers of state associations today at NAR’s Midyear Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo. Subject to approval at Saturday's board meeting, Stinton said the special meeting would take place sometime in the next 70 days and would be open only to NAR directors who would be asked to sign nondisclosure agreements to participate and would not be allowed to bring in electronic devices. "Certainly no press" would be allowed, he said. Because realtor.com is operated by a publ...
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