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Hot Topic Alert: State & Local Coastal Policies

Most recently, communities have been devastated by flooding caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and now Maria. By 2020, it is estimated that more than 133 million people will live in a county directly on the 95,439 miles of shoreline in the U.S. How are state or local governments preparing? What disclosures do REALTORS® need to know about? Learn more about the policies impacting the coasts.

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2017 REALTORS® Conference & Expo

Hear from your peers why they attend the REALTORS® Conference & Expo year after year – and why this year’s event in Chicago is not to be missed! Register today for the 2017 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, taking place Nov. 3-6 at the McCormick Place - West Building in Chicago, IL.

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Florida REALTORS® Give the State’s Most Vulnerable a Legislative Voice

Using a Level 3 Housing Opportunity Grant, the Florida REALTORS® created an inspiring video to convince state legislators to fund Florida's Affordable Housing Trust Funds at the maximum levels.  The association's Senior Public Policy Representative can't watch it without getting choked up.

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Ohio REALTORS® Achieve Double Legislative Victory on the Tax Front

Because an Ohio law required businesses and individuals to file taxes in every jurisdiction where they'd earned income, most Ohio REALTORS® faced a costly and time consuming administrative burden at tax time. But all that is about to change thanks to an Issues Mobilization Grant, which helped secure a streamlined income tax filing system, and defeat a threatened tax on professional services.MORE>

Scottsdale Area REALTORS® Fight Restrictive Proposed Sign Ordinance, Gain Respect and Goodwill

When the city of Scottsdale proposed a one-size-fits-all ordinance that lumped signs for real estate listings in together with those advertising yard sales, the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS® reacted with a Call for Action that generated nearly 500 letters to City Council members. That got the city's attention; a REALTOR® Party Land Use Initiative review by Robinson & Cole helped it see reason.MORE>