REALTOR Party News Archives

Reflections on Wednesday, January 6

Last week, a bill that funded the federal government through Dec. 11 was signed into law; the bill includes a full-year extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and surface transportation...

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REALTOR Party News – January 2021

New Year New Resolve, By The Numbers, Success Stories, and...

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REALTOR® Value Solidified in 2020

Last week, a bill that funded the federal government through Dec. 11 was signed into law; the bill includes a full-year extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and surface transportation funding. Under the agreement, NFIP authority is extended through Sept. 30,...

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REALTOR Party News – December 2020

New Year New Resolve, By The Numbers, Success Stories, and...

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REALTOR Party News – November 2020

New Year New Resolve, By The Numbers, Success Stories, and...

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Historic Election, Strong Night for REALTORS®

The 2020 Election was definitely one for the books. There was record-breaking early voter turnout nationally as well as for REALTORS®, and a candidate who received the most votes ever cast for a presidential candidate. Overall, REALTORS® had a great election night! On the federal level, we used...

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Celebrating Two Big Advocacy Wins

Last week, a bill that funded the federal government through Dec. 11 was signed into law; the bill includes a full-year extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and surface transportation funding. Under the agreement, NFIP authority is extended through Sept. 30,...

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REALTOR Party News – October 2020

New Year New Resolve, By The Numbers, Success Stories, and...

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REALTOR Party News – September 2020

New Year New Resolve, By The Numbers, Success Stories, and...

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Rental Assistance Needed for Renters & Housing Providers Alike

On September 4, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared a “temporary halt to residential evictions to prevent the further spread of COVID-19,” which applies to all residential housing. This moratorium ends on December 31, 2020. This may seem helpful to renters in the...

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