Spring: Focus: 2021

In this issue: Associations take innovative approaches to advancing 2021 advocacy priorities, limits on in-person gatherings haven’t stopped associations from nurturing relationships with local and state officials, AE awards recognize excellence, and much more.

In This Issue

Despite the challenges of the global pandemic the NAR continues to advocate for its members, reinforcing its commitment to protecting the core values and interests of REALTORS® and their clients.

The 306-member HomeTown Association of REALTORS® in Sycamore and Sterling, Ill. used $1,500 building grant from the NAR to clean up an underpass tagged with graffiti. 

Twenty-one state and territorial associations were recognized as Triple Crown winners for meeting their RPAC fundraising goals in 2020.

Association Executive Elizabeth S. Breen of the Santa Ynez Valley Association of REALTORS® in California offers key takeaways about improving team communication, learning and productivity from the works of authors Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey.

Author Richard Westlund looks at how REALTOR® associations in New Orleans, the San Francisco Bay area, Western Massachusetts and South Florida are facing economic challenges by driving advocacy programs that will boost housing availability and affordability while stimulating the local economy during a pandemic.

REALTOR® AE asked Jarrod C. Grasso of New Jersey REALTORS® a Q&A session about advocating for the industry and how others can get involved.


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