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All real estate education courses and packages are 40% off on WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, ONLY at The CE Shop!

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… From the “crow’s nest” … the second floor House balcony …

DAR leaders take roost for a long night on June 30 as the 2018 General Assembly drew to a close … but not until the next morning (July 1).  Get the details in the 2018 DAR Legislative Wrap-up here. Pictured from left are DAR Immediate Past President Bruce Plummer, President-elect Brad Riedle, KCAR President Beau Zebley, and DAR CEO Anne Rendle.

 


First-time Homeowner Exemption Passes Senate — Moves on to Governor for Signing

House Bill (HB) 380 with House Amendment (HA) 1, exempting first-time homebuyers from their portion of the 1% realty transfer tax hike that occurred on July 2, 2017, has passed the Delaware State Senate with 20 yes, 0 no and 1 absent. It now goes to the Governor’s desk!  Click here to read the bill.

 


 

As stewards of the right to own, use and transfer private property, fair housing protects our livelihood and business as REALTORS® and depends on a free, open market that embraces equal opportunity. Fair Housing Makes US Stronger.


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Take a look at workshops available in July from the Realtors Property Resource (RPR®). Click here

 


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The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will expire on July 31, denying necessary insurance coverage to homeowners and buyers in more than 20,000 communities nationwide. Congress must act now to reform and extend the NFIP.

Take action by urging Congress to extend the NFIP and pass meaningful reforms to ensure long-term viability of the program.

 


New findings from the National Association of Realtors® show that a high number of Americans, 75 percent, believe that now is a good time to sell a house, while 68 percent think it is a good time to buy.

NAR’s second quarter Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey also found that a majority of consumers believe prices have and will continue to increase and that homeownership strengthens our nation’s communities.

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