DPOR Virginia Real Estate Board Online Transfer for Salespersons Tutorial. The online transfer for salesperson licenses is now up and running at DPOR/VREB. This video will help VPAR members with their transfers from one company to another.
n the latest The Voice for Real Estate, NAR Director of Broadcasting Stephen Gasque looks at Fannie Mae changes to condo financing rules, the impact on net neutrality of President Obama’s remarks, NAR efforts to push mortgage debt cancellation relief, the latest home sales numbers, and the resources available from the 2014 conference in New Orleans.
“This is a time of specialists, collaboration & constant change.”
“Attract Serve Retain Agents. Attract Serve Retain Clients.”
“THINK AGENT TRANSITIONS & ATTRACTION not recruitment.”
“PROVIDE RESOURCES not more stuff your agentswon’t use.
“TOUT YOUR TRUST PROPOSITION and forget the traffic battle.”
“Change is driven by: Consolidation. Humanization”
“Stop! treating people like leads.”
“Be relevant to them. Win the trust battle.”
“DO: Embrace change. Invite the naysayers.Be decisive & implement.
Marketing: ! Mobile. Shareable. Buzzworthy.
Consistent bursts of info.
Shrines to them, not you.
Invest in long-term“ trustworthy” solutions.
Have your clients become part of the process. ”
“Face to face interaction is so important in this increasingly complicated world. – Edward Glaeser, Harvard University.”
Many thanks to Nobu for moderating our 2014 Brokers Retreat at Founders Pointe and our wonderful panel of speakers including:
Here’s the link to the presentation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ry4klar8d4hnthv/BrokerageoftheFuture.pdf?dl=0
The virtual tour: https://my.matterport.com/webgl_player/#model=MWgF8v65MFG
Nobu Hata, National Association of REALTORS
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While many of your members may not consider themselves a Commercial Real Estate Practitioner, many residential specialists may have some commercial business as well. We are asking for your help in identifying REALTORS® in your association who would want to add their names to the thousands of Commercial Real Estate Practitioners who will be sending a Call for Action to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program.
Created following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program filled the void created when private insurers withdrew from the terrorism insurance market. That disruption caused construction projects to come to a halt and commercial property values dropped. The Commercial Real Estate market simply can’t afford the uncertainty an expiration of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program would create.
Fortunately there is bipartisan legislation which passed the Senate by an overwhelming margin of 93-4, and takes a balanced approach to renewing the program created by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 (TRIA). S.2244, the “Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2014,” renews TRIA for seven years, providing certainty in the market that terrorism insurance will be available at affordable rates through the year 2021. In addition, it has a Congressional Budget Office score of “zero.” Now it is up to the House of Representatives to act on the bill the Senate has approved.