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The Voice for Real Estate is NAR's video news series. Every month, host Stephen Gasque shines a spotlight on a range of topics, including legislative, regulatory, and legal updates, as well as recent research findings.
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NAR looks at close cooperation between it and House Financial Services Committee members in getting improvements made to flood insurance reauthorization.
NAR is working with other groups to fight against efforts to roll back net neutrality rules to help maintain an even playing field for all real estate content online.
The latest Voice for Real Estate news video from NAR looks at progress on flood insurance reauthorization.
NAR hosts conference on increasing the homeownership rate.
More than 9,000 REALTORS® came to D.C. to lobby their members of Congress.
NAR President-elect Elizabeth Mendenhall met with congressional leaders to reinforce NAR’s position that any tax reform should make sure homeowners don’t end up paying more taxes than they do now.
NAR Deputy Chief Lobbyist Jamie Gregory talks about a live town hall meeting he and other lobbyists will host to prepare REALTORS® for their upcoming meetings with members of Congress during Washington meetings in May. Also covered are issues facing VA appraisers, the latest home sales numbers, how to use testimonials to boost your business, and how to bring in more clients by connecting households to down payment assistance.
Tax reform is next on Congress’ to-do list and NAR President William Brown has said NAR is ready to protect longstanding real estate tax incentives. Also covered in the latest Voice for Real Estate news video from NAR are updates on flood insurance, the appraisal profession, home sales, and last month’s AE Institute in Denver.
The latest Voice for Real Estate news video from NAR looks at a scam hitting Florida real estate professionals in which cyber criminals have created a fake real estate group in an effort to collect fees. The video also looks at the return of Gen Xers to the market after being hard hit by the foreclosure crisis, Congress’ effort to reform...