A World Without AAR?

July 14, 2016

Imagine a world without the Arizona Association of REALTORS®. Don’t worry, the Association isn’t going away, but AAR CEO Michelle Lind asks you to consider the value of your membership by imagining what life would be like…without AAR. Part 1: Contracts & Forms Part 2: Business Tools & Communications Part 3: Legislative Voice Part 4: […]

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Please tell your Senators to support H.R. 3700

July 2, 2016
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What You Should Know About Loan Contingency & Cure Period Notice

July 1, 2016

Guest blogger Fletcher Wilcox, VP Business Development, Grand Canyon Title Agency Since January 2004, more than 1,000,000 transactions listed in ARMLS have closed. Almost every one of them closed using the AAR Residential Resale Real Estate Purchase Contract (the “Contract”). To many agents, the Loan Contingency and Cure Period Notice are some of the most […]

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Three “Must Knows” When Using zipForm®

June 24, 2016

Sometimes we don’t take the time to read directions. Like when it’s Christmas Eve and that bicycle simply has to get put together before dawn. So, you do the best you can…and maybe it only pedals in reverse the next morning…but “Hey, it’s done!” At other times, we shouldn’t take shortcuts, like when using zipForm®. […]

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Bogus eSign Emails Reported

June 24, 2016

Fake AAR eSign emails like this one… have been reported with the Download Documents link leading to a malicious website. One way to tell that the email is not authentic is by the “From” line. If you are expecting a completed signing, contact the originator of your signing session by telephone or a previously used […]

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Why Baby Boomers Drive the Housing Market for Millennials

June 20, 2016

Excerpted from “Majority of 55+ Homeowners Confident of Financially Comfortable Retirement” – with permission from FreddieMac.com The Freddie Mac 55+ Survey identified a number of other opportunities and challenges for the housing industry that will stem from the decisions Baby Boomers and other older homeowners make over the next few years. For example, 63 percent […]

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