Pennsylvania Realtors® rave about NAR’s C2EX program

“The C2EX course was very easy to finish and very informative as well. It offered a great combination of information about technology use in our business, the importance of customer service and quick reminders about professionalism and ethics for dealing with the public and other Realtors®. I enjoyed the review of such important information in a concise manner, easy to use program. This should be on everyone’s list to complete this year,” said Maryellen O’Brien, a Realtor with Keller Williams Real Estate in Doylestown. 

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NAR’s Commitment to Excellence: Have you signed up?

NAR’s Commitment to Excellence Program, also known as C2EX  is a new benefit available to all members. It’s not a designation or a certification. The goal of this online program is to take professionalism to the next level and ensure members are providing the best possible service to consumers and one another. It’s built around competency areas ranging from data privacy, customer service, code of ethics, advocacy and technology.

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Finding the best neighborhood for your buyers

Finding the right neighborhood for your buyer is easy thanks to the housing, demographic and economic data found within Realtors Property Resource®, a member benefit from the National Association of Realtors®. 

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Pennsylvanians honored in NAR’s RPAC Hall of Fame ceremony

Janice Smarto, a Realtor® with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty, and PAR’s Director of Public Policy & Political Affairs Derenda Updegrave were honored at the National Association of Realtors®’ RPAC Hall of Fame Ceremony last evening at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. Smarto, a current NAR RPAC Hall of Fame member, was recognized for moving up to Level 2 in the RPAC Hall of Fame, while Updegrave is a new inductee.

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Realtors®: Proposed tax reform will hurt homeowners and lower home values

Sixty Realtors® from across the country representing the National Association of Realtors® met with key U.S. representatives this week to urge members to oppose the proposed federal tax reform bills. The bills will hurt homebuyers and homeowners, eroding incentives to buy and lowering home values an average of 10 percent.

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