Fall 2019: Promote Using a REALTOR®

Today, REALTOR® associations are ramping up their efforts to promote members in response to perceived competition for clients from certain iBuyers and other technology-enabled entities that claim to streamline buying and the for-sale-by owner process. Plus, coverage of Opportunity Zones, Core Standards, and advocacy.

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Whether you’re looking to cure insomnia, monitor your well-being, learn meditation, or track eating habits and exercise goals, there is a wide range of app choices.
Not unlike the work it takes to make your lawn lush and green, the cultivation of REALTOR® advocates takes know-how and patience.
Whether you’re a new or experienced AE, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the wide array of options available when it comes to conferences, meetings, and industry events.

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