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topStories Saturday, December 17, 2016
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Capitol Hill Update: NAR's 2016 Political Advocacy Efforts
The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) works diligently on a legislative and regulatory agenda that encourages a sound and robust U.S. real estate market and protects the business interests of consumers as well as REALTORS®. In 2016, significant accomplishments included: New FHA Condo Policies Signed into Law; Rural Housing Service Loans Streamlined - Following intense efforts, including a Call for Action that generated nearly 280,000 letters to the Senate and thousands of Capitol Hill visits, “The Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act” (H.R. 3700) unanimously passed the House of Representatives and Senate and was signed into law. For more than a decade, NAR and REALTORS® pressured ...
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Builders Put Stock in Trump as Confidence Inflates to 2005 High
Home builders' confidence in the housing market inflated to its highest reading in the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index... READ MORE >
The Most Important Customer? Your Agent
In the following interview, Jennifer Atkisson-Lovett, broker/owner, RE/MAX of Stuart in Martin County and St. Lucie, Fla., discusses her philosophy when it comes to attracting... READ MORE >
John Reinhardt: Keeping Business on the Cutting-Edge
Following in his dad's footsteps, John Reinhardt has spent the last 38 years involved in the real estate business, rising to president and CEO of Fillmore Real Estate in 2001.... READ MORE >
Real Estate Agents: Stay Savvy in Social Media with RISMedia's ACE
If you are a real estate professional who finds it hard to keep up with the changing paces of the internet and social media, you're not alone. Whether you're a broker, team... READ MORE >

Prepping for a Move: Should You Hire a Pro or DIY?
By Zoe Eisenberg
Let's face it: We all know moving is a pain. And according to the American Moving & Storage Association, the average move in the U.S. costs a shocking $5,630. Of course, costs will vary greatly upon family size, house size and location. However, it's safe to say that moving is often more expensive than expected.
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