Spring Cleaning!

Spring Cleaning!

Spring Cleaning!

The doldrums of winter have nearly passed, and straight ahead lurks the chaos of spring real estate. What passed for clean back in January simply won’t work as open house season approaches, so let’s take a closer look at the dusty corners, the filthy hardwood, and the tumbleweeds of discarded pet hair.

Less Stuff

If your spring cleaning is also in preparation of putting your home on the market, a storage unit might be in store. As HGTV points out, decluttering to show off the house often means just getting your stuff out of there. If you’ve decided you can finally part with […] Read more

NAR Code of Ethics Requirement

NAR Code of Ethics Requirement

NAR Code of Ethics Requirement

Before 2016, the National Association of REALTORs (NAR) required all of its members to take a Code of Ethics course every four years, which is why it was formerly known as the NAR Quadrennial Requirement. This year, however, the Quadrennial requirement becomes a Biennial requirement, meaning that each REALTOR must now take a Code of Ethics course every two years.

If you aren’t a member of NAR, there’s no such requirement, though it’s still a good idea to fit a Code of Ethics class into your coursework. Customers love doing business with ethical people, and few lines of work are as social and ethically-motivated […] Read more