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The practice of real estate is limited to those that have obtained a license through the Virginia Real Estate Board. Generally, the practice of real estate involves a real estate licensee brokering a real estate transaction on behalf of a third-party seller and/or buyer / tenant for a fee.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
CRS Installation & Luncheon
Tis the Season for giving! Please bring a nonperishable food item for the Central VA Food Bank for “Chapter with a Heart”. Most urgently needed food items are peanut butter; canned tuna, salmon, chicken or ham; canned fruits and vegetables; hot and cold cereals; pasta and rice.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

The Virginia Real Estate Board (VREB) governs what is licensed vs. unlicensed activity. Assistants who do not have a real estate license hanging with the a supervising broker cannot perform "licensed activity."

VAR’s Blake Hegeman and Laura Farley discuss the dos and don’ts of unlicensed assistants including:

Friday, October 10, 2014

Real estate safety has been thrust in the national spotlight and has prompted REALTOR® associations across the country to reach out to its members to remind them that their work can be dangerous and to take extra precautions in their jobs as they meet with strangers and show homes.

The Birmingham Association of REALTORS® first released its “10 Commandments of Agent Safety” in 1988 and has been using its list of strategies to teach its members how to be safe on the job ever since.