Here’s a batch of articles we found this past week that piqued our interest, including proposed health care regulation for small businesses and self-employed individuals, 10 ways to get business without breaking the bank, and why a Minnesota agent decided to put up a billboard in Philadelphia during the NFC Championship game.
Realtors® Offer Support for Proposed Association Health Plan Rule NAR
NAR on Wednesday announced strong support for a proposed regulation that would make it easier for small businesses and self-employed individuals to purchase health insurance through association health plans.
The essential guide for real estate leadership on sexual harassment and gender Inman News
As part of several pieces during Inman News’ “Leadership Week,” this portion of Inman’s series looks at sexual harassment and misconduct in the real estate industry. Although there were some horror stories, 88.2 percent of survey respondents said they believe their company’s leadership behaves appropriately.
New Homes Could Get More Expensive Thanks to New Steel, Lumber Tariffs Realtor.com
President Trump’s planned tariff hike would fulfill his campaign promise to boost American producers, but also could drive up new home prices at a time when new inventory is already lacking.
How the inventory shortage is throwing a wrench in my business Inman News
Teresa Boardman, a broker/owner in St. Paul, Minnesota, writes how the shortage of homes for sale, more than anything else, is impacting her business. Although she presents Twins Cities-centric examples of how, we assume many across the country share her struggles.
10 Ways to Get Business Without Breaking the Bank Active Rain
South Carolina-based agent JL Boney III shares 10 ideas to help agents grow their business at little to no cost.
How an agent’s Vikings billboard on Eagles turf paid off Inman News
Minneapolis-based agent Kris Lindahl figured there’d be about 10,000 Minnesota Vikings fans descending upon Philadelphia for the team’s NFC Championship game against the Eagles, so he put up a billboard in Philly. Here’s a fun Q&A about how it came about and what Lindahl and his team have gotten out of it.
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