THE YEAR YOU'LL GET INVOLVED
REALTORSŪ gear up for the national elections and embark on their second century with Long Beach, Calif., practitioner Richard J. Gaylord happily at the helm.
BUDGET FOR SUCCESS
REALTORŪ magazine gives you the fundamentals of success. This month: A step-by-step guide to budgeting for long-term profitability.
A NORMAL MARKET
Will 2008 be a tough year in real estate? For some, yes, but forecasters explain why another year approaching 6 million in existing-home sales is on the way.
Upstate New York broker wins business with welcoming storefront.
SOLUTIONS: Teach Money Smarts
Give your salespeople the tools to achieve financial success.
Americans want sidewalks and public transit, a new survey says.
When scammers scam each other.
Indexes of recent sales activity and projections for the next six months.
Conference-goers focus on the future; new ads encourage consumer confidence.
Code of Ethics changes strengthen the requirement to present a true picture in advertising.
Eight reasons to be optimistic about the market.
One-day sale success; “underserved” surge; where Forbes sees growth.
High-tech gadgets infiltrate the home.
Bring e-mail to life; stay on track; a full-size virtual keyboard.
Vista gets off to a slow start with real estate pros.
Readers dissect what passes for reality in real estate TV programming.
Law States institute safeguards against foreclosure scams.
In-house lenders may be your customers’ ticket out of the mortgage market morass.
Ellyn Spragins asks famous women to reflect on advice they’d give their younger selves in What I Know Now.