The Fall 2014 issue covers NAR's new broker-focused initiatives, what your broker members need most, and the benefits of broker summits.
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In This Issue
Maybe you can’t please all of your members all of the time, but there are surefire ways to make your brokers happy.
It’s all about educating and connecting with brokers.
Another year is almost over, and what a year it has been.
Jarrod Grasso, incoming chair of the AE Committee, built the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® into a model of political effectiveness.
An AE Work Group Tackles the Tough Questions
REALTOR® Magazine to Boost Broker Content
Based in part on REALTOR® Magazine’s Young Professionals Network program, the magazine is rolling out a new Broker-to-Broker initiative at its website—articles and resources aimed directly at brokerage owners and managers. In addition to a timely content stream—which state and local associations may reprint or post...
When it comes to political advocacy and action, brokers have significant sway over their salespeople. In fact, 40 percent of responses to NAR’s federal calls for action come through the Broker Involvement Program, an initiative designed to engage brokers and their agents more significantly in national political action.
Keeping your calm, taking responsibility, and hearing members out makes all the difference in effectively neutralizing negativity.
Free and low-cost options for association website and e-mail requirements.
Courts and federal agencies take a new look at whether real estate sales people and other freelance workers are actually employees.