Wednesday
May 24, 2017

News & Commentary: Feature Articles

  • 06/01/1997
    Author and speaker Laura Day spoke with us about ways real estate salespeople can work more effectively by using practical intuition.
  • 05/01/1997
    On July 1, Terry McDermott will take over as NAR's new executive vice president. REALTOR® Associate Editor Walt Albro recently visited with McDermott to get a sense of McDermott's business and association management philosophies--and his personal style.
  • 05/01/1997
    Spending time with a financial adviser can allow you to spot trouble areas and ensure that your assets are allocated in the best possible growth and income-oriented investments.
  • 05/01/1997
    Latter & Blum of New Orleans and C.J. Brown real estate company of Baton Rouge recently bought a new van for the New Orleans Museum of Art's Van Go Museum-on-Wheels program. The real estate companies, along with a local TV station, has supported the program for eight years.
  • 05/01/1997
    We invited a selling broker, a sales manager, and two salespeople to talk with us about what each side needs from the other and what each finds so baffling about the other's demands. In the process, the participants came up with solutions and showed considerable empathy for one another's viewpoint.
  • 05/01/1997
    Jim Shapiro, CEO of Windermere Services in Seattle, shares his tips for brokers and perceptions of today's market.
  • 05/01/1997
    For the past six years, it's been an extraordinary but singularly humble man named Almon R. "Bud" Smith. On Aug. 31, Smith, executive vice president of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, will retire after 30 years serving the REALTOR® family.
  • 05/01/1997
    An update on real estate news from Washington.  
  • 05/01/1997
    Tom Dooley lets you in on the industry scoop.
  • 04/01/1997
    Pam Lychner, a former REALTOR® from Houston, helped to make the world a better place. And then, tragically, she died. Lychner and her two daughters boarded TWA Flight 800 in New York City, heading for a fun vacation in Paris. A short time after takeoff, the jumbo jet exploded and plunged into the Atlantic Ocean, killing all 230 aboard.