Public Affairs Update

Public Affairs Update……………………………………….………..November 23, 2016

  • REALTOR® Party Post-Election Webcast

  • Read NAR’s Comments on Appraisers

  • Ask the Economist: A Debriefing on the Future of Housing

  • What Overlooked Trends Will Impact the Future of Housing?

  • Pizza & Public Affairs Wednesday December 7, 2016 Noon to 1:00pm at BARA

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    REALTOR® Party Post-Election Live Webcast

    View a replay of the REALTOR® Party Post-Election featuring NAR Senior Vice President Jerry Giovaniello and NAR Political Consultant Doug Sosnik. Hear these experts explain the impact of the election results at the federal, state and local levels as well as their responses to questions asked by your fellow REALTORS® in this 45-minute webcast. View election results by state on www.realtoractioncenter.com/elections. MORE > [Source: NAR Update 11-17-2016] 

     

    Read NAR's Comments on Appraisers
    NAR agrees with proposed reductions in degree requirements for licensed and certified residential appraisers and asks that prior work experience count toward the degree requirement for certified general appraisers. [Source: NAR Update 11-17-2016]

     

    Ask the Economist: A Debriefing on the Future of Housing

    Nela Richardson, Chief Economist at Redfin, speaks with DS News on what she anticipates for the housing market in 2017. READ MORE [Source: DSNews.com 11-15-2016]

     

    What Overlooked Trends Will Impact the Future of Housing?

    Freddie Mac's November Insight highlights three of these long-term trends that should be considered when analyzing what's to come in the housing market.
    READ MORE [Source: DSNews.com 11-17-2016]

     

    Pizza & Public Affairs Wednesday December 7, 2016 Noon to 1:00pm at BARA

    Guest Speaker: Ted Leighty, CAR Vice President of Government Affairs

     

    What He Will Present: Preview of the 2017 Legislative Session

  • Is 2017 the year construction defects reform will finally be enacted?

  • How will the 2016 election results affect legislative action in 2017?

  • Will home inspector legislation gain broader legislative support?

  • Will legislators work together to improve statewide transportation funding?

  • And much more…

     

    You will get an early head’s up on how the 2017 legislative session could affect your business, real estate and the Colorado economy.

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