NAR's new ad campaign, "That's Who We R," is hitting its mark by showing your value proposition. Find out about the impact it's having and how you can keep the campaign going strong. Also, learn what tech tools are most essential for starting a real estate business and meet this year's 30 under 30 class of outstanding young real estate professionals.
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NAR’s new ad campaign is hitting its mark by showing your value proposition.
Don’t waste time and money chasing the next big thing when these tried-and-true products can meet your needs.
Read the profiles of this year's honorees—a group of young real estate professionals who know what it takes to keep going after a setback.
Rising home values enable homeowners to roll student loans into their mortgages. But the strategy has risks.
Starting a brokerage provides owners with greater control over their business and a steep learning curve.
Invest in technology that showcases your talent. Communication and rapport with customers are what will keep your business strong.
Assigning another party to take over a transaction from you before it closes can be smart. Be sure you do it right.
Texas broker Jay Gohil learned the importance of consistent customer service after it took him nearly a decade and a half to sell a listing.
People are hungry for moderately priced homes and ready to spend.
The May-June 2019 market pulse offers a glimpse at the current state of the housing market.
Giving new agents proper attention should be a top priority for brokers, says NAR President John Smaby. Here’s why mentoring is key.
A collection of stories from real estate professionals detailing crazy, funny, or poignant experiences that have happened on the job.