Uncovering the origins of “Under All Is the Land…”

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  1. Frederik,

    Great piece! Please contact me about the possibility of running this article in our monthly magazine, the Orange County REALTOR.


    Kevin Holland
    Director, Communications and Publications

  2. DonnaWalters

    Thank you! Informative and interesting

  3. A good reminder of how NAR came to be and how valuable of a resource it can be.

  4. Cliff Niersbach

    Thank you, Frederik, for all you and so many other state, local and national staffers are doing to help our members focus attention on one of the primary reasons for NAR’s founding, and why the Code remains vital. Those early REALTORS® whose “gift of vision” still endures would be pleased to see it going “viral” during the centennial year. Hopefully this enthusiasm will continue well into the REALTOR® family’s second century.

  5. Barbara Hogan

    Thank you very helpfull

  6. Barbara Hogan

    very interesting on the history of Real Estate

  7. very interesting

  8. Joanne Delanoy

    Informative and Interesting Thank you

  9. Joanne Delanoy


    Thank you

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  11. Walter Mandel

    Interesting and informative!

  12. Nancy Condina

    Interesting and informative

  13. Susan Slotnick

    Very Interesting. Thank you

  14. Dianne Hassman

    It was very informative.
    Thank you

  15. Dianne Hassman

    very interesting

  16. Judy Chapin

    Important to know the Preamble and Code have evolved over the years to keep up with our changing world.

  17. Joe Jacob

    Very interesting and informative too.

  18. Ann Farese

    Very Helpful.

  19. Ann Farese

    Very interesting

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  21. Kamal Chachra

    Good and helpful information.

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  23. Joseph Cesarano

    Very informative. Thank you.

  24. Filomena DeTorres

    I found the article to be very informative and helpful

  25. Barbara Beshears

    Interesting history. Enjoyed

  26. Susan Joyce

    Very interesting