Associations embrace the hybrid future of virtual and in-person service. Plus, Once you’ve helped members navigate the learning curve, you might find that virtual meeting platforms offer advantages to your association, and much more.
In This Issue
AE committee chair update with Janet Kane, RCE, CAE, CIPS.
Placemaking brings people together in Fairfax County, VA, and Orange Chatham stages successful day of service.
Fairhaven is a new interactive training platform designed to help combat discrimination in U.S. real estate markets.
With 72% of REALTORS® volunteering, REALTORS® are good neighbors year-round in cities and towns across the country.
RCE designees offer a variety of descriptors for the certification on its 30th anniversary.
Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson is a dark study of violence and power.
As COVID-19 vaccines become available, many AEs want to retain the significant benefits of serving members using virtual platforms.
Once you’ve helped members navigate the learning curve, you might find that virtual meeting platforms offer advantages to your association.
Lockdown was only the beginning of Florida-based Bonita Springs–Estero REALTORS®’ transformation.
Adopt risk management strategies that can help you avoid costly mistakes when using listing photographs or third-party materials.
Changes to the NAR Code of Ethics hold members accountable for discriminatory speech and conduct.
5 ways small associations can use technology to create membership value.
Diversity and fair housing are now minimum requirements for REALTOR® associations.
KCRAR’s Kipp Cooper talks about reaching members in a hybrid setting.