Real estate associations support brokers in a number of ways, many of which take place behind the scenes. What’s happening at your local association? How are they serving their members? This monthly feature, penned by association leaders, offers the inside scoop on how associations small and large are helping to improve the industry.
“Nobody has a crystal ball, but we know markets are changing. It’s time to dig into your niches,” writes Jeff Berger, founder of the National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals.
“NAR has long advocated for these reductions, but the benefit of reduced fees to homebuyers is even more important today as we confront the highest mortgage rates in almost two decades.” – Leslie Rouda Smith, President of NAR
From soaring prices and limited inventory to an influx of cash buyers and an eye-watering numbers of offers coming in for each listing, the Phoenix home market has been grabbing headlines for its seemingly never-ending rally. But as inflation
Since 2003, September has been designated as REALTOR® Safety Month by the National Association of REALTORS®
NAHB Chairman Jerry Konter discusses the potential opportunities of smaller starter homes amid the nation’s affordability crisis.
Some predicted a bubble bursting and market crash. That has not happened.
Phoenix REALTORS® has launched a public awareness campaign educating Phoenix residents about this middle ground solution.
COVID was a setback for many associations, but it offered the Women’s Council of REALTORS® the opportunity to get creative and dig deep to find ways to connect meaningfully with members across the country.
“Just over the past couple weeks, we have had more new listings hit the market than we have in a very long time. This is a great sign that we could see inventory begin to recover and get into a more balanced market.” — Andrea Crouch, 2022 President, Phoenix REALTORS®
“The AAPI community is undergoing a period of rapid growth, in sheer numbers and in cultural impact … At AREAA, we are proud and humbled to play our part in fostering progress that will lead to greater accessibility and opportunity for the growing AAPI community.” — Tim Hur, president of the Asian Real Estate Association of America