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Articles relating to "NAR":

Traditional Realtor tools a target for lawsuits (8/19/2015)
A store-bought router supplies Wifi in your lobby? Your MLS offers a location-based home search? If so, you could be sued. NAR is working to end the practice.

Real estate firms confident about future profits (8/7/2015)
NAR’s 2015 Profile of Real Estate Firms finds that 95% of real estate companies predict their net income will increase or at least not decline over the next year.

Where do your Realtor membership dues go? (8/4/2015)
NAR paid $7.5M to settle a legal-but-ridiculous lawsuit by patent trolls – businesses that primarily make money by suing – and it could happen to you too. Take action now.

NAR issues Call for Action: Stop patent trolls (7/21/2015)
Patent trolls bully Realtors into paying for simple tech tools they already use. A bill in Congress could stop them, and NAR asks members to help get it passed.

Antitrust claim against NAR dismissed (7/10/2015)
A biz used MLS data without authorization. It lost a copyright infringement case, and then lost a second case when it claimed NAR and MLSs have too much power.

Realtors urged to take safety beyond smartphones (7/6/2015)
NAR recommends several phone apps that can help when agents sense danger. Simply carrying a smartphone, however, may not offer enough protection.

Zillow attempts to sue NAR and Move Inc. (6/4/2015)
NAR and Move asked the judge to deny the countersuit that relates to a whistleblower letter outlining Zillow’s alleged use of Realtor.com trade secrets.

NAR member survey finds slight business dip in 2014 (6/3/2015)
According to NAR’s just-released member survey, the average Realtor is a 57-year-old woman who made $45,800 last year – $1,900 less than she made in 2013.

Realtors: Marginal agents a major industry threat (6/2/2015)
NAR’s Danger Report cites “masses of marginal agents” – unskilled salespeople who lack experience – as today’s biggest threat to professional Realtors.

NAR board OKs nationwide broker data entry system (5/18/2015)
It will create a data entry and collection system for the brokerage community in partnership with NAR subsidiary RPR and its Advanced Multi-list Platform (AMP).

Realtors are in D.C. this week (5/12/2015)
At NAR’s Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo this week in Washington, D.C., Realtors will meet U.S. lawmakers to promote industry and homeownership issues.

NAR: Volunteering Works announces 2015 grants (5/8/2015)
Fort Myers Realtor Kerry Constantine is one of five recipients. The program matches the winners with grant money and mentors for their charitable efforts.

Realtors more upbeat about the recovery (4/29/2015)
NAR’s monthly index finds optimism in every category. In Fla. Realtors predict home prices will increase 4% to 5% over the next year.

NAR to Congress: Ease access to mortgages (4/17/2015)
NAR told a Senate panel yesterday that strong lending standards protect buyers, but “We have yet to strike the right balance between regulation and opportunity.”

NAR to Congress: Ease access to mortgages (4/17/2015)
NAR told a Senate panel yesterday that strong lending standards protect buyers, but “We have yet to strike the right balance between regulation and opportunity.”

3 Fla. Realtors in NAR’s ‘30 under 30’ class of 2015 (3/31/2015)
The group of “young professionals who stand out from the crowd” includes association members from Miami, Largo and Winter Garden.

Move Inc. vs. Zillow case settles ‘contempt’ charge (3/31/2015)
When Errol Samuelson quit Move Inc. and went to Zillow, Move alleged a number of trade violations. A recent contempt motion appears to have been settled.

7 of NAR’s ‘30 Under 30’ finalists live in Fla. (3/11/2015)
50 finalists will vie for a spot in NAR’s “30 Under 30” class of 2015, with seven contestants from Florida. One member will secure a spot through online voting.