The National Association of REALTORS® proudly introduces the Center for REALTOR® Financial Wellness, a new resource designed exclusively to meet the specific financial planning needs of REALTORS®. This new comprehensive program includes education materials and resources for wealth building, business planning, and investing in real estate.
Nearly nine out of 10 REALTORS® are independent contractors and face complex situations when it comes to personal finances. Unique attributes such as fluctuating income, taxing issues, and lack of salary cap require a different perspective.
Log-in to www.FinancialWellness.realtor to assess your current financial profile, receive personalized financial planning goals, practice financial planning decisions in a risk-free way, and explore a robust library of budgeting, retiring, and real estate investing resources.
This complimentary program has something to offer all NAR members and REALTOR® Association staff—no matter their level of professional expertise or stage of financial planning. Watch this video to learn more about the Center for REALTOR® Financial Wellness:
Registration is now open for BROKERPLUS 2018! As the leading expert in brokerage valuation, Steve Murray has the best perspective on what YOU can do to improve your business model. Whether it’s exploring effective realty leadership techniques, or planning ahead of industry advancement, the insights that Steve Murray offers are real world reflections of how to flourish in the real estate industry.
Virginia REALTORS® legal experts Erin Barton and Cate Oroszlan address the riskiest and most-questioned areas of real estate teams and offer some best practices for risk management. This 30-minute webinar focuses on regulating teams, broker supervision, licensing, advertising, compensation, and agency to help you reduce your risk.
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DPOR provided a version of the Residential Property Disclosure Statement with signature blocks effective July 1, 2017, which consolidated the notification and all disclosures into one three-page form. In response to feedback from real estate licensees, the Real Estate Board modified the forms so that only the one-page acknowledgement form directing purchasers to the website is required to be signed by parties.
If you had a property that went under contract between July 1-10, 2017, and you used the three-page form on the Real Estate Board website, you are in compliance with Virginia law and do not need the parties to sign the new one-page acknowledgement form.
After July 10, 2017, sellers are required to provide notification to purchasers about the Residential Property Disclosure Statement website using the acknowledgement form to be signed by the seller and purchaser.