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  • A Realtors'® Guide for Writing for Digital: Lessons From the Classroom

    Aug 30, 2017
    As a journalist and specifically, as a journalism professor, I’m often asked how I feel about my “dying industry.” People wonder what I teach in my classes now that the profession, and the art of writing, has given way to a universe of limited attention spans hooked on short, blogosphere dispatches and 140-character tweets.
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  • Realtors® and Education

    Aug 30, 2017
    When I became a Realtor® in 1991 there was only one form of agency, no wide use of cell phones, fax machines, personal computers and there was no Internet (not like we know it today). Our industry has changed a great deal.
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  • So, You Want to Live Next to a Golf Course?

    Aug 30, 2017
    Some buyers love the idea of living next to a golf course. Others find the thought unappealing. If an errant golf ball flies off course and causes an injury, will a homeowner have a remedy against the golf course? Should Realtors® warn prospective buyers about the possibility that a golf ball may land in their yard, hit their car or a member of their family? Two Massachusetts court decisions have addressed the remedies available to homeowners whose properties adjoin golf courses.
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  • 'The Greatest Event' of the Year

    Aug 30, 2017
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  • Looking Ahead: Future of Homeownership Rates

    Jul 01, 2017
    A historic decline in the homeownership rate has generated substantial discussion among economists over the future of homeownership in the United States. After peaking at 69.2 percent in 2004, the national homeownership rate declined steadily to 63.4 percent in 2016 according to the Housing Vacancy Survey.
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