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‘Pre-nup’ fight scuttles merger of Colorado’s two largest MLSs

‘Pre-nup’ fight scuttles merger of Colorado’s two largest MLSs

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REcolorado and Information and Real Estate Services (IRES) began “complex and highly charged” merger talks in March 2017 on the heels of a declined acquisition proposal and a terminated data share. 

Arizona agent uses real estate marketing skills for activism

Arizona agent uses real estate marketing skills for activism

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Joined by colleagues at his brokerage, Keller Williams Realty Professional Partners, Rosene has leveraged his business network and background to support the grass-roots campaign, such as by mobilizing notaries needed to advance a ballot initiative.

Nearly 60% of servicemembers can put zero down when buying a home

Nearly 60% of servicemembers can put zero down when buying a home

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Active-duty servicemembers purchase homes on average eight years younger than civilians, despite a lower median household income, a May report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) found. One reason may be that 56 percent are able to purchase a home without putting any money down, thanks to loans from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. 

What makes veterans a great fit for real estate?

What makes veterans a great fit for real estate?

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In honor of Memorial Day, we wanted to know more about why real estate has become a good career choice for returning servicemembers. We asked these Chicago-area agents to share more insights about how serving in the military prepared them for a successful career in real estate.