The National Association of Realtors is getting rid of one tech group and replacing it with another, amid a host of other changes to its communications, lobbying and member outreach efforts
The National Association of Realtors will be on hand election day, and the next day, to assess what the midterm results mean for the real estate industry
Shannon McGahn will take over as NAR senior VP of government affairs and Victoria Gillespie as chief marketing and communications officer
Jerry Giovaniello will leave the trade association after 37 years of political advocacy
Dues would also rise every year under new proposal to fund political spending, zipLogix software and more
We took a close look at political candidates and causes that get the most money from the real estate trade group and found some surprises
NAR lobbying wins important concessions from most significant rewrite of tax code in a generation
$30M more annually in spending, which may raise fees by up to 21%
Local shareholder organizations can use funds for lobbying or dedicated government affairs staff
If something is said often enough it's true, right?
Name change highlights trade group's political advocacy efforts
The appraisal industry took the brunt of the hit for the crash. Realtors? Absolutely nothing.
One likely strategy: Cap maximum amount of mortgages eligible for deductions at $500,000
Associations play active role in local, state and national legislation