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housing shortage be next?
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generating steady business
for you? Learn how your site
can work wonders.
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This Issue NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2012
Highly anticipated financing
changes should spur sales.
The Code Hits 100
For a century, the evolving ethics
protocol has provided guiding
principles that raise the standards
of professionalism in the real estate
industry. Page 22
Sprint to this mobile deal;
oh, the places you’ll go with
the members-only Realtors
2012 GOOD NEIGHBOR AWARDS
on Life’s Promise
Let others debate how to deal with
the nation’s economic and social ills.
These heroes are working to solve
problems brought on by poverty,
mental illness, and child neglect,
among other issues. Meet this year’s
Good Neighbor Award winners.
You can turn the tables on a
lawsuit by keeping meticulous records and using them
to your advantage.
lawsuit by keeping meticu-
Marketing strategist and
author Rohit Bhargava
says personal bonds
often trump business experience,
which is why
Financing Loosens Up
Stronger property fundamentals and
rising values are shoring up lender
confidence. Page 42
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