RISMEDIA, April 13, 2011—This week’s headlines from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® include: learn how to use the REALTOR® mark correctly, save 10% on your SFR Certification, and REALTOR® Magazine is seeking candidates for the 2011 Good Neighbor Awards. For more information visit www.REALTOR.org.
Are You Using the REALTOR® Mark Correctly?
Learn how to correctly use REALTOR® marks and name and to your best advantage with this helpful brochure. This is an excellent guide for new members or anyone who develops materials for members. And you can customize and professionally print this brochure through NAR’s Print on Demand program. Visit www.REALTOR.org/Store today!
Save 10% on Your SFR Certification through Its Partnership with the REALTOR Benefits® Program
NAR’s Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource (SFR) certification gives you the framework for understanding how to develop a short-sale package, negotiate with lenders, safeguard your commissions, and more. Save 10% on the course at REALTOR® University through SFR’s partnership with the REALTOR Benefits® Program. Enter code “SFRNOW” at checkout.
REALTOR® Magazine’s Good Neighbor Awards Seeks Candidates for $10,000 Grants
REALTOR® Magazine is seeking GNA nominees for the 12th annual Good Neighbor Awards, which recognize REALTORS® who impact their communities through volunteer work. Five winners will be recognized at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Anaheim and will receive travel expenses to attend the show and a $10,000 grant for their community cause. Volunteer work might include affordable housing initiatives, youth mentoring, homelessness prevention, or anything else that makes a community a better place to live. Entries must be received by May 20. For more information and an entry form, click here.