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NAR sues DOJ after the department withdraws from antitrust settlement
NAR sues DOJ after the department withdraws from antitrust settlement

The Justice Department’s original complaint against the National Association of Realtors, filed Nov. 19, 2020, alleges that the association enforced rules and policies that illegally hampered competition in residential real estate services.

Obstacles and opportunities to growing hispanic homeownership
Obstacles and opportunities to growing hispanic homeownership

Despite the inventory and credit challenges, Latinos are driving homeownership growth. The Urban Institute projects that this trend is only going to continue, with Latinos expected to make up 70% of homeownership growth between now and 2040.

Atlanta REALTORS®: Leading with diversity and inclusion
Atlanta REALTORS®: Leading with diversity and inclusion

“When it comes to diversity, we must continue to have the hard conversations, be willing to listen and learn from each other, and demand change.” — By Eboni Killian, 2021 President of Women’s Council of REALTORS® Atlanta Network

Georgia’s pro-business policies helped Realtors weather the economic storm
Georgia’s pro-business policies helped Realtors weather the economic storm

Georgia REALTORS® (GAR) is focusing policy discussions on what this means for real estate in the years to come.

Georgia REALTORS® advocating on multiple fronts in 2021
Georgia REALTORS® advocating on multiple fronts in 2021

“As we head full steam into spring, it seems that the historic market of 2020 has rolled over into 2021, and there are no signs of its ebbing anytime soon.” — Dorrie Love, Georgia REALTORS®

How to win a client in today’s market
How to win a client in today’s market

In this month’s Association News feature, Avery McMahon, Atlanta Realtors Association 2021 YPN chair, discusses marketing yourself to showcase the value of a well-trained Realtor.

Affordable Housing: Continuing the Conversation
Affordable Housing: Continuing the Conversation

“As stewards of the home ownership dream, we need to advocate for more seats at the home ownership table, and we’ll do that through creative solutions that enhance education and bolster funding.” — Cynthia Lippert, President, Atlanta Realtors Association

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