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REALTOR® Advocacy Continues During Summer Recess

It’s August, and in the Nation’s Capital, that means it’s time for Congress to take its traditional “summer recess.” While REALTORS® rarely take a break — not from our businesses and not from our advocacy work, this summer recess represents an important opportunity for REALTORS® to...

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REALTOR Party News – July 2019

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

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REALTOR Party News – June 2019

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

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Celebrating National Homeownership Month with Pride

June is National Homeownership and LGBT Pride Month. While we are recognizing the important relationship between homeownership and encouraging people to learn more about homeownership opportunities and financial management plans, it is equally important to celebrate gay, lesbian, bisexual,...

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REALTOR Party News – May 2019

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

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Homeownership Advocates: That’s Who We R

April is Fair Housing Month. REALTORS® understand that fair housing protects the real estate industry and our businesses. In short, fair housing makes us stronger. It’s also 4 days until Tax Day. We encourage you to review What REALTORS® Need to Know About the New Tax Law and other resources...

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REALTOR Party News – April 2019

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

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April Highlights Fair Housing and Tax Day

April is Fair Housing Month. REALTORS® understand that fair housing protects the real estate industry and our businesses. In short, fair housing makes us stronger. It’s also 4 days until Tax Day. We encourage you to review What REALTORS® Need to Know About the New Tax Law and other resources...

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REALTOR Party News – March 2019

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

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State Rent Control Issue Takes National Stage

Across the country, various state and local governments are currently considering – or debating – legislative rent control measures. However, these efforts are misguided. They do nothing to address residential construction deterrents like imprudent local zoning measures and high land costs....

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