March 2008: Print Magazine Table of Contents
From the Publisher
The New Baby Boom
Thanks to robust U.S. population growth, the long-term home sales outlook is positive.
Lowered interest rates would get households off the home-buying fence.
Indexes of recent sales activity and projections for the next six months.
KB Home develops partnerships to give buyers more brand choices.
A study confirms commissions flexibility.
Affiliated lenders get the nod.
Troubled borrowers drive listings.
USB drives provide extra ports.
Help kids move.
Offer talking slide shows.
Buyers find realistic home prices more attractive than fancy incentives.
Take advantage of the eco-friendly ways to recycle or reuse old electronics.
Keep your Web site accessible for everyone to preclude legal difficulties.
Make sure all contingencies are covered to avoid ethical breaches.
Are these buyer’s reps too eager to show high-priced listings?
Welcome to Real Estate 2.0
There’s a new Web world out there. Here’s how to build business with a variety of social networking tools.
REO business awaits those who can juggle details and expectations for fast turnover while earning the trust of lenders.
Prospect for Profit
Keep your pipeline full with prospecting techniques that make sure you’re always looking at your next client.
For Brokers: Reach for the Rental Option
A rental program can inject revenue into your brokerage.
For Brokers: Success Story
A certified public accountant gets her broker’s license to help buyers with their cash flow.
For Brokers: BHG Redux
The Better Homes and Gardens name is back in real estate.
Affordable housing creates new opportunities for buyers and practitioners alike.
Law: Is your blog legal?
Follow these guidelines to avoid entanglements.
Dov Seidman of the business ethics company LRN talks about the importance of how we do things in today’s hyperconnected, hypertransparent world.
At the Web Site: March Features at REALTOR.org/REALTORMAG