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Video: A short history of VA Agency Law changes

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Join the 2013 class of the Virginia REALTOR® Leadership Academy

If you could do just one thing next year guaranteed to ratchet-up your earning potential and real estate knowledge and create a personal referral network that could pay dividends for the rest of your career…would you do it?

Perhaps the more appropriate question is: Why wouldn’t you?

Virginia REALTOR® Leadership Academy (VLA) graduates say it’s the best way to supercharge your real estate career.

VARbuzz: Builder survey: Renters really want to own

Renters Really Prefer Owning, Builder Survey Says,” says the Wall Street Journal. I grabbed that immediately — looked like a good, positive story.

Unfortunately, the survey the story is based on doesn’t really say that.

Sayeth the Journal:

A survey from PulteGroup — one of the nation’s largest home builders — has found a surprising result: Many renters want to buy homes.

But PulteGroup actually said:

VARbuzz: Real estate’s a good investment, but not as good as gold — so say you all

bling! “Gold gold gold gold gold gold gold.” –Dwarf mining song, Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series.i

A Gallup poll found that 34 percent of Americans consider gold the best long-term investment. Real estate and stocks came in as number 2 and 3, with men preferring real estate and women preferring stocks.

Why gold? Historical reasons.

Q1 2012 home sales report is now available

The First Quarter 2012 Virginia Home Sales Report has been released and brings good news for the Commonwealth! Several long-term trends indicate that Virginia’s housing market is continuing to stabilize.

As shown above, the pace of home sales in the first quarter of 2012 marked an improvement over both the first quarter of 2011 and 2010.

VRLTA Update

Date: 
April 25, 2012 (All day)
May 1, 2012 (All day)
May 7, 2012 (All day)
Location: 
REALTORS® Association of Prince William®, Virginia Peninsula Association of REALTORS®, Richmond Association of REALTORS®

VRLTA Update with Chip Dicks (Virginia Residential Landlord Tenant Act)

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2012 VAMA Conference

Date: 
April 12, 2012 (All day)
Location: 
Omni Richmond Hotel, 100 South 12th Street, Richmond, VA 23219

Get the competitive edge at the 2012 Virginia Apartment Managers Association (VAMA) Conference! VAMA is bringing  you the industry’s most experienced speakers with new and exciting ideas for 2012! Special rate for VAR members $239. Learn more from the VAMA event page.



 

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