Monthly Archives: May 2011

The True Meaning of Today – Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a time for understanding what we are really celebrating. It’s not just about parades, picnics and barbecues. Ask any military family who has lost a family member to war or a person who has a loved one … Continue reading

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NAR Dues Increase…Why Now?

One week ago yesterday, at the NAR Board of Directors, a dues increase was passed.  $40 will be added to our dues for next year.  Why, you ask, in times like this, do we need or should have a dues … Continue reading

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Volunteer? Why Me?

  OK, last week I wrote about volunteering for your local, state or national  REALTOR Association and volunteering in your community.  I cannot tell you how much I  have gotten back…. far more than I have ever given. In my local and … Continue reading

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Why Volunteer?

Now that business has picked back up and we’re all getting very busy working with buyers and sellers, we seem to have less and less time for going to education classes and even less time for volunteering at our associations. … Continue reading

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What’s Office Policy Got To With Liability?

How do you keep your office running smoothly? These days it’s essential for companies to have written documentation about office policies and procedures. An easy-to-understand guidebook for salespeople to refer to in their daily business can help solve and prevent … Continue reading

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