FREE Safety Webinar - April 21, 2015 -2:00 p.m. EDT
NAR is hosting a FREE
webinar entitled "REALTOR Safety From a Law Enforcement Perspective
" on April 21st, starting at 2:00 p.m. EDT. To register for this event, click here.
2015 GRI Schedule - GRI 300 Starts April 21
Make 2015 the Year you earn
your GRI Designation - The Nations #1 Designation
. Educate yourself to help position your customers and clients to make the best decisions to get to a successful close. Don't wait
- Do It Now! Click here
for current course schedule.
Safety Tip #28
Shop online safely -
When shopping online, check out a website before entering your credit card number or other personal information. Enter this information only on secure web pages with addresses that start with "https" and have a closed padlock symbol at the bottom of the browser window. These are signs that your information will be encrypted or scrambled, protecting it from hackers.
All tips are taken from NAR's REALTOR® Safety Resource Kit. Direct your members to your own association website or to NAR's safety web pages at www.REALTOR.org/Safety for more information on the important topic of REALTOR® safety.
Find up-to-date information on RESPA
and the upcoming changes that will be taking effect soon
. Be prepared and help to prepare your clients and customers. View valuable information, videos, etc. here.
NAR Quizzes - Test your knowledge
Check your knowledge in such areas as the new RESPA rules, FHA issues, Do Not Call regulations and more with NAR's new quizzes. Explore the variety of self quizzes that can help you become better informed. Click here
to view the entire list of available NAR quizzes in a variety of topical areas.
Apps available from NAR!
Click here to download useful apps.
Blogs of Interest ...
If you're looking for information and/or conversation on current issues, here are some blogs
that you might want to check out.
Continuing Education Look Up
Access your Education History (starting 1/1/13) through the Real Estate Commissions portal.
NEW Broker Education Regulation Reminder
The Maryland Real Estate Commission has adopted a regulation that will require candidates seeking a broker or associate broker license to pass the licensing examination within one year of finishing the required 135 hours of pre licensing education.
This new rule matches the regulation finalized earlier for the real estate salesperson license.
Educational Opportunities at REALTOR University
See the many educational opportunities available at REALTOR University. Click here now!