RISMEDIA, August 28, 2009-This week’s headlines from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® include: FREE August technology resources from NAR’s Right Tools, Right Now initiative, travel deals from NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program Partners, and NAR helps REALTORS® make short work of short sales.
Right Tools, Right Now – FREE August Technology Resources
Take advantage of FREE technology resources thanks to NAR’s RIGHT TOOLS, RIGHT NOW initiative, including a listing on CommercialSource.com, NAR’s website and marketplace designed specifically for commercial brokers and investors. New offers each month, so visit www.realtor.org often!
Travel Deals from Partners in NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program
Planning holiday, business or leisure travel? Help reduce your costs by taking advantage of the REALTOR Benefits® Program. Check out Avis, Budget and Hertz for special rates, discounts and value-added offers on car rentals. Visit the REALTOR Benefits® Program Web page for details on each offering and get ready to travel in style!
NAR Helps REALTORS® Make Short Work of Short Sales
Nearly one-third of all existing homes sold recently were either short sales or foreclosures, according to NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® data. To help REALTORS® meet the needs of home buyers and sellers who need these services, NAR has launched a new Short Sales and Foreclosure Certification Program (SFR).
For more information, visit www.REALTOR.org.
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