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In this episode of the Center for REALTOR® Development, guests Bryan Bergjans and Juanita Charles join our host Monica to discuss several aspects of serving as a real estate agent for military personnel. This episode will cover VA loans and how they can be used, as well as what you can do as a Realtor® to best serve your military customers. As a real estate agent working with military relocation, you never know what kind of variables you might dealing with, and our guests today talk about how to navigate them.
VA loans are really just like any other loans, but there... Read More
This first episode of the Center for REALTOR® Development podcast focuses on pricing strategies. Our guests provide some different perspectives on pricing strategies in today’s real estate market for both buyers and sellers. Melanie McLane and Rob Mehta share their expertise on both basic and more advanced areas to consider when pricing homes. In addition, they talk about how Realtors® can work best with appraisers, AVMs, and how to use Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®) tools.
In a comparative market analysis (CMA), a Realtor® will want to look at solds,... Read More
Center for REALTOR® Development (CRD) is very pleased to announce the launch of the Center for REALTOR® Development Podcast. This monthly podcast will focus broadly on the topic of education in the real estate industry. Monica Neubauer, an award-winning industry leader, speaker, and instructor based in Nashville, TN, will be the host and face of the podcast. Beginning in May 2017, the monthly podcast will be accessible through iTunes, CRDpodcast.com, and at other podcasting channels over time. Initial episodes will focus on property valuation,... Read More
In this presentation, Dr. Frank Nothaft presents CoreLogic’s methodology on a recently developed single-family rent index and factors that affect rent growth in the U.S. and across major metro areas. He offers his insights on the economic factors that account for the differences in rents across key metro areas and the likely direction of rents and cap rates in these areas.