The launch of qualified opportunity zones provides investors with significant tax benefits and at the same time the chance to help revitalize economically distressed areas throughout the U.S. Learn how you and your clients can participate.
In This Issue
A new tax incentive for investors could be a boon for sellers and struggling communities. But will affordability take a hit?
The Center for REALTOR® Financial Wellness will help you answer that question, so you can begin saving and meeting your financial goals.
To grow your retirement fund and minimize your tax burden, consider fund vehicles specifically designed for independent contractors and small business
Obtaining group health insurance has gotten easier for some REALTORS®, but huge hurdles remain for association plans.
A burgeoning demographic. A sea of choices. How to help aging baby boomers find the housing that fits the next chapter of their life.
Local rivals discuss the value of collaboration, lessons from disruption, and the need to find the right home for agents.
New Jersey agent Marilyn O’Donoghue showed buyers why a property with no kitchen, bathroom, or flooring was worth nearly $3 million.
Fragrance developers are helping build brand awareness in the real estate space.
Will the Federal Reserve’s pause on interest rates matter if households get hit on deductions?
Global business and state laws are among the issues that our evolving Code of Ethics addresses.
A glimpse at the current state of the housing market.
NAR advisory group seeks to put more energy, funding into consolidation of multiple listing services.
Ignoring the impact of environmental threats on real estate has business—and moral—implications.
AR is finding a place in the real estate business. See who’s using it for real.
Fostering your financial security and pride in your accomplishments are high on NAR President John Smaby’s to-do list.
A collection of stories from real estate professionals detailing crazy, funny, or poignant experiences that have happened on the job.