Friday
July 21, 2017

News & Commentary: Commentary Articles

  • 09/01/2005
    No magic elixir, no one-time effort, no management fad will make people gung ho about the company they work for. Creating a positive environment is an ongoing commitment.
  • 08/01/2005
    We schedule our client appointments and our tennis dates, but too often we just hope that family time will happen. Scheduling time for family can be particularly challenging for those in real estate because their activities are dictated by the schedules and demands of others.
  • 06/01/2005
    Despite its serendipitous nature, creativity starts with making a concerted effort to think beyond conventional paradigms. Challenge your assumptions about how your business should operate.
  • 04/01/2005
    REALTOR® Magazine is pleased to present a special excellence and innovation series throughout 2005. This article is the third in the series. Put the power of Dale Carnegie’s message to work in your life and business.
  • 03/01/2005
    As “the business tool for real estate professionals,” this magazine is all about helping you deal with change—technology advancements, new marketing methods, new federal laws and regulations. We work hard to help you gain a competitive advantage in the face of change.
  • 03/01/2004
    This is our second annual report to you on REALTOR® Magazine’s accomplishments over the last year and plans for 2004.
  • 03/01/2004
    An executive of the American Land Title Association states his arguments for why the Bush Administration should not move forward with the RESPA packaging regulations.
  • 07/01/2003
    Jim Woodard shares news you can actually use on the real estate bubble, relo services, and condo sales.
  • 06/01/2003
    Jim Woodard offers news you can actually use on the second-home market and a tax break for the military.
  • 05/01/2003
    News you can actually use: This guest column at REALTOR® Magazine Online not only keeps you up to speed with real estate industry trends, but shows you how to use these trends to make more money.