Appraisers, just like many others in the industry, have had to make changes and adapt to the current situation. Here are the many ways COVID-19 has affected their day-to-day operations
As Realtors, adhering to a "lofty ideal of moral conduct" is of critical importance, especially during times like this. Here are a few things you can do to make good on that promise
Plus, NAR provides telemedicine services for Realtors and the brokerage that's getting creative with virtual tour scavenger hunts
NAR referred Inman to the local association when asked if there was any planned disciplinary action for the agents
Comments on the proposal have been split, with some suggesting the overwhelming majority vote may not represent the industry at large
Our Realtor rules are often obscure, byzantine and confusing to consumers
Read the official White House transcript of President Donald Trump's hour-long speech at the National Association of Realtors legislative meetings and trade expo
The president is speaking before the largest real estate trade group in the U.S. at its annual midyear legislative meeting in Washington, D.C.
After committing $15M to the project, designed to be a central point for broker property data, NAR is walking away, leaving Upstream to find a new vendor
Millennials and Gen-Xers alike flocked to agents in 2018, setting a record high for the 17-year-old REAL Trends Consumer Study
NAR reports 1.367 million members, approaching its record. With fierce competition and cooling sales, are there too many Realtors?
Globe-trotting for-sale sign lost at sea during Hurricane Sandy finds its way from France to New Jersey
Realtor Diane Turton's sign washed ashore in France 6 years after destructive Hurricane Sandy set it adrift
'Korean Yang Kyoungjong fought with Japan against the USSR,' reads one of the posts. 'He then fought with the USSR against Germany. Then with Germany against the US! Want an agent who fights for you, call me!'
It's never too late to improve, redefine your purpose and change your perspective