Published on Tuesday, November 6, 2018
The NAR Board of Directors at its meeting in Boston on Monday adopted a five-year strategic framework to provide a more visionary, holistic, and business-oriented approach reflective of NAR’s expanding role in technology and other arenas critical to real estate. It also approved policies supporting remote notarization, Opportunity Zones, and inflation indexing for capital assets. It also passed Core Standards changes for commercial boards, changes to enhance cooperation among brokers, and a rule change on evaluating ethics complaints while a criminal action is pending. Learn more at this link.
Immediate Past President Charlene Haislip served as the NAR Director from RAMP and attended the Board meeting on Monday.
Author: Jeff Zirngibl
Membership Director at the REALTORS Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh
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