February 2011: Getting Involved

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The February 2011 edition of Global Perspectives outlines the six steps REALTORS® can take to become a global agent -- and thus gain a share of the $66 billion dollars that foreign buyers invested in U.S. residential properties last year. The issue also highlights the resources NAR offers these global agents and the easiest ways to get involved in multicultural real estate.

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In This Issue

While developing an international component to your business may sound appealing or intriguing, many agents quickly cast off the idea, thinking it isn’t really pertinent to them, or they assume that global business is too complicated or difficult to tackle, asking, "Where would I even begin?" This issue of Global Perspectives takes direct aim at that question.

If you are just beginning to navigate the supporting structure around NAR’s global business activities, you’re undoubtedly encountering many new terms. Following are the most important components, collectively called NAR’s Global Alliances—a network of relationships all aimed at helping members tap the global marketplace.


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About Global Perspectives

Global Perspectives in Real Estate is a resource for global professionals, aimed at helping them globalize their local markets. Produced bi-monthly, this newsletter serves as a how-to guide and is full of useful and actionable tips. A free subscription is given to all Certified International Property Specialists (CIPS) designees.

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