Wednesday
September 28, 2016

News & Commentary: Feature Articles

  • 04/01/1997
    Major Chicago broker Baird & Warner works as a partner with--rather than as an adversary of--a local fair housing advocacy group.
  • 03/01/1997
    It's a question that's been dogging the real estate industry far too long. What can be done about rules involving the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act that no longer work?
  • 03/01/1997
    Who'd have thought that one of the founding members of the Independent Brokers Association in Seattle would join a franchise? Probably nobody, but it happened.
  • 03/01/1997
    What seemed like a profitable business venture has deteriorated into a bankruptcy nightmare.
  • 03/01/1997
    Howard W. "Hoddy" Hanna III discusses his company's strategy of opening satellite or "branchise" offices.
  • 03/01/1997
    NAR hooked residential salesperson Linda Martin up with a financial planner, who told her how to cut, save, and invest. Today, she reports that after considerable suffering, she is feeling positive about her financial future and has taken steps to avoid common pitfalls.
  • 02/01/1997
    Some three dozen real estate professionals were planning to attend a one-day summit in late January to determine what the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® policy should be regarding the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act rules.
  • 02/01/1997
    When you think of charitable donations, you probably think of canned foods, clothing, or money. You probably wouldn't think of fresh produce. Roger Gillespie thought of it, though. In fact, the Minneapolis-area Counselor Realty broker has taken his hobby--gardening--public.
  • 02/01/1997
    Richard W. Cope outlines innovations he's introduced to facilitate consumers' desires for more information and one-stop shopping.
  • 02/01/1997
    If sporadic commission checks are putting you among the debt-laden, the 3,600-member American Collectors Association Inc. has some advice.