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A new international standard for measuring commercial property has just been announced.
Proposal Would Provide Surviving Family Members and Other Homeowners with Same Protections as Original Borrower
On this Veterans Day we honor those who have served our Country, those on Active Duty and the Families who have and continue to support them. Thank You!
We are proud to announce the launch of our most recent Texas 30-hour SAE course, Real Estate Marketing.
On October 30th five Agencies published proposed Flood Insurance Regs, while one day earlier the new QRM rules were also published.
The most recent updates to the Codes, Rules, and new forms available for use for Oklahoma licensees, are covered in the Broker in Charge (BIC) course.
Residents and a Fair Housing watchdog group allege that an apartment complex was violating fair housing laws. We learn why in todays post.
Finding Words that Work in negotiation is a simple way to help you and your clients find the win in any opportunity. Learn more in this post.
A student asked if their personal 1031 exchange had to be completed before filing a tax return. See how we answered in today's post.
VanEd will be attending this years Colorado Association of Realtors convention and expo. Stop by and say hello!
VanEd wants to remind all of us that personal safety should always be "top of mind"
Life Lessons: How to Teach Your Kids about Safety and Strangers gives you quick tips you can use with children
Being safe online and when using social media is a critical issue for today's real estate professional
September is REALTOR® safety month and today's topic is job safety
Your own safety is paramount and being safe at the office can take many forms. Let's learn about those in this post.
September is REALTOR® safety month and in this installment we discuss safety at home
When if comes to personal safety remember that you are your own best defense!
Here are just a few of our team's must read stories from the past month, along with our memoriam for three industry leaders who passed away this past month
Part 1 discussed the types of services performed by commercial real estate professionals. In Part 2 we will look at specific tasks that will be performed.
What does it take to become a Commercial real estate broker and what do they do all day?
When does a real estate professional have to disclose their agency relationship status and agency options to consumers?
To encourage participation in HAMP the government offers various incentives.
In honor of his unassailable contribution to the real estate industry we are re-posting one of Rick Madden's posts written during his time with us.
OK continuing education rule changes include mandatory CE hours in 6 required topics and rule changes for out-of-state licensees.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announces a tool that provides easy online access to public mortgage information.
Brokers must not misrepresent a buyer's offer as a cash offer when the buyer requires a loan in order to close the transaction.
Department of Veteran Affairs has published an interim final rule defining qualified mortgage as 'any loan guaranteed, insured, or made by VA'.
CFPB Report provides data, highlights mortgage debt challenges for older Americans, and offers advice on managing debt for those nearing or in retirement.
The IRS remindes taxpayers to review their tax returns for common errors that could delay processing.
A new proposed federal rule would create mininum requirements for the registration an regulation of appraisal management companies.
A grooup of appriasers has settled with the IRS concerning the overvaluation of facade easements for charitable donations.