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Flip through the directory to see all of FAAR's affiliate members organized A to Z by company and also by service in the annual directory. Not only will this guide you to some of the best companies in the local area, but the directory also contains...read more
Each year, the FAAR Public Policy Committee considers issues for inclusion in the Association's annual Legislative Package. These issues are then sent to the Virginia Realtors for potential inclusion in the statewide legislative agenda for the following...read more
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by Sarah Stelmok Article 3 is a multifaceted Code First, this Code states that we will cooperate with other REALTORS® and REALTOR® firms, but cooperation doesn’t guarantee compensation. In essence, it places the responsibility to seek out cooperation terms...read more
by Linda Dort When it comes to providing information about a property or transaction, Realtors should stay away from exaggeration, giving false facts, or covering up or avoiding facts. Don't use Photoshop if the grass is brown, or there is a power line in...read more
Streamline Your Business RPR and zipForm have come together to help you get the most of out of these two powerful REALTOR business tools. RPR is NAR’s wholly owned subsidiary and is a national property database, offering a large range of data, tools and...read more
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Realtor® Magazine's Rookie Tool Kit
The Rookie Tool Kit provides answers to common first-timer questions and checklists for your first year in real estate and beyond.
Being a new REALTOR®
Get on the road to success with tips, ideas, and helpful advice. Learn what other rookies have done to jump-start their careers, find first clients, overcome objections, and discover negotiation strategies.
Listing and Presenting
Prospective clients have to buy into the idea that you’re up to the challenge. Learn how to tailor your approach to the seller’s comfort zone, pinpoint the perfect price, and answer any objection.
Personal marketing is the process of getting your name out there and convincing people to contact you when they need real estate services. Learn how to plan and execute your personal marketing strategy.
Social media has become an integral part of marketing and communications. Get information on concerns with various popular social media sites as well as tips and suggestions to protect your privacy and identity.
With all of the many options available to market a single property, it’s hard to know where to begin. Create a marketing plan and determine the best place and tone for your property advertising.
Prospecting is the lifeblood of any successful real estate career. The more people you come in contact with, the more listing and sales you can achieve. All it takes is a plan and some persistence.