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Hot Topic Alert - Appraisal Management Companies

In 2010, President Obama signed the  Dodd-Frank Wall Street  Reform Act, a sweeping renovation of the American financial industry. According to some commentators, the law was the “most comprehensive financial regulatory overhaul since the Great Depression.” Dodd-Frank also contained a number of provisions that affected the real estate industry. Click here to read this latest Hot Topic Alert. Subscribe to Hot Topic Alerts by email.

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Space to Places Placemaking Blog

Spaces to Places is our blog that will go into details as to what Placemaking is and how to get started; describe the various types of Placemaking and discuss Placemaking in action across the country, including within the REALTOR® Community. Take a look and start making changes in your community. Click here for more information.

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Wisconsin REALTORS® Win Bipartisan Support to Pass Landmark Property Tax Relief Bill

Wisconsin's notoriously high property tax rate had long been a thorn in the side of the Wisconsin REALTORS® Association (WRA. This past legislative session, with the help of polling services from NAR, the 13,500-member association did something about it. By winning bipartisan support in a statehouse often noted for its partisan discord, WRA helped get property tax relief signed into law. The lower rate will save the average Wisconsin homeowner $131 per year!MORE>

REALTORS® in MD & LA Put Halt on Using Eminent Domain to Seize Underwater Mortgages

REALTORS® in Maryland and Louisiana ran successful issue campaigns to stop local governments from using their power of eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages. The Maryland Association got a two-year moratorium on the practice while the state legislature studies the issue. The Louisiana Association got an all-out ban on the practice. These successful campaigns follow on the heels of NAR’s adoption of a policy strongly opposing use of eminent domain for this purpose.MORE>


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