RISMEDIA, May 22, 2009-This week’s headlines from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS include: A new offer from NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program Partner, eNeighborhoods; a FREE webinar through REALTOR® University; and REALTORS® explore land use challenges.
NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® partner, eNeighborhoods Announces new member offer
As a real estate professional, every presentation, proposal and meeting is important to building a successful business. REALTOR Benefits® Partner, eNeighborhoods is now offering REALTORS® its NEXT PowerSuite complete marketing system at up to 50% off. Get help on lead capturing, personalized reports, e-mail marketing campaigns and more. Find out today how PowerSuite can start converting your prospects into clients. Call 877-363-4442 or visit www.eNeighborhoods.com/NAR for more information.
FREE Webinar – A Bridge to the Fractional World for Real Estate Professionals and Developers -Exclusively at REALTOR® University
REALTOR® University is offering a FREE webinar on Wednesday, June 10th. A bridge to the Fractional world for Real Estate Professionals and Developers will introduce or expand brokers, agents and real estate developers’ awareness of the multiple factors which should be considered when marketing, selling or managing real estate fractional properties. This webinar will cover trends and emerging opportunities, in the domestic as well as the international marketplace. To sign up, click here.
REALTORS® Explore Land Use Challenges
Smart growth, the impact of military base development, flood and natural disaster insurance, and widespread pine beetle infestation were just a few of the breadth of issues that REALTORS® shared during the national town hall meeting at the Land Use, Property Rights and Environment Forum. The forum was part of the weeklong REALTORS® Midyear Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo.
For more information, visit www.realtor.org.
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