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KCRAR Offers New Group Health Insurance Option for Members

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Note 3/26/19: Additional informational sessions have been added for March 29 at 10:30 a.m. and April 1 at 1:30 p.m. Register in the KCRAR member portal. The KCRAR Board of Directors saw and heard its members asking and searching for affordable, high quality health insurance, and now, KCRAR has announced a brand new option with […]

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KCRAR Members Honored with Emeritus Membership Status

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Three distinguished KCRAR REALTOR® members were recognized at the Board of Directors meeting yesterday with the Emeritus honor. President Steve Moyer presented Susan Bowers, Cheri McGaw and Peg McNair with their certificates and pins for achieving the REALTOR® Emeritus honor. In order to achieve this honor, these members had to meet several requirements, including being […]

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Dr. Christine Cooper Shares Insights and Predictions at Commercial Forecast Event

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Dr. Christine Cooper, Regional Economist at CoStar Group, addressed a crowd of nearly 200 KCRAR Commercial members and other real estate professionals yesterday at the annual Commercial Forecast at the Kansas City Public Library Plaza Branch. “This is our largest event each year and a great opportunity to talk about the commercial market with other […]

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KCRAR Members Reach Emeritus Membership Status

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Four distinguished KCRAR REALTOR® members were recognized at the Board of Directors meeting last week with the Emeritus honor. President Andrea Sheridan presented Judy Johns, Tillie Kozak, Brenda Oliver and T. David Rogers with their certificates and pins for achieving the REALTOR® Emeritus honor. In addition to those recipients who received their awards in person, Chris […]

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4 REALTOR® Benefits You May Have Forgotten About

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REALTOR® membership comes with many benefits. Not only does KCRAR offer its own, but NAR offers benefits to all REALTOR® members throughout the country. The list is long, but here are a few of the ones we don’t want you to miss. Sprint – If you use Sprint as your cell phone provider, you can get […]

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5 Commonly Cited Infractions Seen by the Kansas and Missouri Real Estate Commissions

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A panel of legal experts spoke to KCRAR member brokers in December. Among them was Terry Moore, the Missouri Real Estate Commission Director, and Erik Wisner, the Kansas Real Estate Commission Director, who each shared some of their commonly cited infractions. In case you missed the panel, the following are some infractions these two Real […]

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Legal Hotline Now Available to Kansas Brokerages at No Cost

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Kansas brokerages with legal questions will now have access to a legal hotline at no charge to them. Previously, the Kansas Association of REALTORS® (KAR) hotline was available to brokerage firms on an annual subscription basis, and now, KCRAR pays the full cost of the Kansas Legal Hotline for KCRAR member firms belonging to the […]

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KCRAR to Offer New Class for Office Administrators

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 KCRAR will be hosting a new orientation class specifically for office administrators and personal assistants. The class, called How to Achieve Excellence as a REALTOR® Administrator, will hold its first session in the KCRAR classroom on Jan. 26 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and will include a lunch. The session will include information on […]

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4 Expert Tips to Keep Your Brokerage in Good Legal Health

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A panel of legal experts from Kansas and Missouri spoke to brokers on Friday, Dec. 1 in the KCRAR classroom. KCRAR Corporate Attorney Jim Hubbard moderated a discussion between Kansas and Missouri Real Estate Commission Directors Erik Wisner and Terry Moore, Kansas and Missouri Legal Hotline Attorneys Vern Jarboe and Steve Graham, and Field Supervisor […]

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What you need to know when marketing your listings

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The National Association of REALTORS® has recently updated the Standards of Practice to make clear that members are prohibited from using misleading imagery in real estate marketing materials. The change reflects NAR’s position that as consumers increasingly rely on photos to assess properties and images that have been excessively altered or distorted can harm the […]

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