Category Archives: Policy & Advocacy

NAR Government Affairs release Spring Break Report

The National Association of REALTORS® recently released their Spring Break Report updating REALTOR® members on policy happenings on Capitol Hill.  While the legislative year is still in the initial stages, there are several key issues important to REALTORS® on the … Continue reading

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REALTOR® Jackson Miller runs for Prince William Clerk of Court

Jackson Miller, REALTOR® and part-owner of Crossroads, REALTORS® in Manassas, is no stranger to public service. As a former Prince William County police officer, former Manassas City Councilor, and current member of the Virginia House of Delegates, he has dedicated … Continue reading

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Advocacy in Action

Hundreds of REALTORS® are in downtown Richmond this week to represent our industry’s business interests and the importance of homeownership and property rights. Bringing our message directly to Virginia’s lawmakers is important not just during the General Assembly session at … Continue reading

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FHA Mortgage Insurance Premium Cut – what’s the latest?

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) has acted swiftly to encourage the reinstatement of the suspended FHA mortgage insurance premium cut. The reduction of 25 basis points had been set to take effect on January 27, but was suspended almost immediately … Continue reading

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Advocacy in Action: Virginia’s Legislative Session Kicks Off

The Virginia General Assembly convenes on January 11th to begin its annual session of developing and deliberating the laws that govern our state, including those that affect your business. This year, we’ll offer a special weekly summary to keep you … Continue reading

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