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Top Field Guides for May 2016

Field Guides are one-stop resource packages on dozens of subjects of interest to REALTORS®. On each page you’ll find links to articles, books, web sites, statistics, and other material on each subject. The list of the most-used field guides from...

New and Updated in the Library – March 2016

The following Field Guides have recently been updated in the Library: Private Property Rights Americans are passionate about their property rights, and disagreements can pit neighbor against neighbor. The issue of eminent domain can arouse the fury of many...

Tiny Houses and Microshelters

I grabbed microshelters as soon as it arrived in the library. I’m not sure I could live comfortably even in a 500 square foot studio apartment with building amenities, so I can’t quite explain my fascination with tiny houses...
February 10, 2016

What We’re Reading: January 4-8

Chemistry, game changer, coffee, sales strategies, art, New Year’s resolutions, hoodies, Uber, travel, tiny living, Twitter, diet guidelines, and Millennials. Great news! There are now FOUR more elements to memorize! Science Activism/flickr/2015 This is more proof that we live...
January 8, 2016

Top Field Guides for November 2015

Field Guides are one-stop resource packages on dozens of subjects of interest to REALTORS®. On each page you’ll find links to articles, books, web sites, statistics, and other material on each subject. The list of the most-used field guides from...

New and Updated in the Library – July

The following Field Guides have recently been updated in the Library:   Effects of Trails and Greenways on Property Values Are the sales prices of single-family homes made higher or lower when trails or greenways are nearby? The following...

Top Field Guides for April 2015

Field Guides are one-stop resource packages on dozens of subjects of interest to REALTORS®. On each page you’ll find links to articles, books, web sites, statistics, and other material on each subject. The list of the most-used field guides from...

What We’re Reading: March 21-27

Sunbelt and suburbs ascendant New census data is out. The cities with the highest levels of net domestic migration since 2010 are Houston, Dallas, Austin, Phoenix, Denver, and San Antonio. In just the last year, Florida has been popular....
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March 27, 2015

What We’re Reading: March 7-13

Networking tips, Apple announcements, and the future of McDonalds For some networking feels like a chore while others find it invigorating. Finding the right way to network depends on your comfort level and personality. Regardless of your preferences, Harvard...
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March 13, 2015

New Books – February 2015

NAR members and Association staff can borrow up to three books for 30 days from the Library for a nominal fee of $10. Members and staff can also borrow up to six electronic books, digital audios and/or videos at...
February 5, 2015