May 28, 2018

News & Commentary: Editor Articles

  • 04/01/2011
    Just as you’re working to regain your sense of balance in the "new normal," NAR is too. The association, in looking at the most important choices it should be making to serve your long-term success, is putting a strong focus on advocacy and technological innovation.
  • 03/01/2011
    Yes, Facebook and other social networking sites can be fun. But viewed from a business development perspective, they can also be a big time waster.
  • 02/01/2011
    Difficult decisions must be made when it comes to preserving the value of home ownership.
  • 11/01/2010
    Foreclosure freezes underscore the importance of getting back to “typical markets” in real estate brokerage and lending.
  • 10/01/2010
    Take the time to learn about the candidates in your area and where they stand on these important issues. Then, go to the polls.The midterm elections are just around the corner and the result could impact real estate in a big way.
  • 09/01/2010
    The times are interesting—yet REALTORS® are maintaining a mind-set of abundance. To borrow a phrase: "Today’s challenges . . . tomorrow’s opportunities!"
  • 08/01/2010
    If you’ve worked in distressed sales—and is there anyone in this business today who hasn’t?—you know what it means to sellers when you can help them regain some measure of control.
  • 06/01/2010
    More than a year after the implementation of new rules to ensure appraiser independence, we're still adjusting.
  • 05/01/2010
    In today’s soft economy, when you’re often faced with delivering bad news, you’re vulnerable to charges of being insensitive, uncommunicative, or, worse, self-interested. Are there any obvious differences between practitioners who consistently win kudos and those who fall short?
  • 04/01/2010
    How you helped us create our first crowdsourced issue.