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    Join us every quarter for an exciting and informative webinar hosted by Virginia REALTORS® Chief Economist Lisa Sturtevant, PhD where she reports the most recent economic and housing market data. Moving beyond simply the headlines, Dr. Sturtevant provides insights into what these trends mean for REALTORS® in Virginia. Having a clear understanding of what is going on in the economy and the housing market can help REALTORS® be a resource for their clients and colleagues, and be better positioned to capitalize on business opportunities.

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    Join us every quarter for an exciting and informative webinar hosted by Virginia REALTORS® Chief Economist Lisa Sturtevant, PhD where she reports the most recent economic and housing market data. Moving beyond simply the headlines, Dr. Sturtevant provides insights into what these trends mean for REALTORS® in Virginia. Having a clear understanding of what is going on in the economy and the housing market can help REALTORS® be a resource for their clients and colleagues, and be better positioned to capitalize on business opportunities.

    Lisa Sturtevant, PhD

    Research Consultant

    Virginia Realtors

    Dr. Sturtevant has been involved in research on economic, demographic, and housing market issues and local housing solutions for more than 20 years. She currently serves as a Research Consultant with Virginia REALTORS®, leading the association’s research on housing market and economic conditions throughout the Commonwealth. In her role, she prepares regular reports on the residential and commercial real estate markets in Virginia. She also conducts research and analysis to support the real estate industry in the commonwealth.

    Prior to coming on staff with Virginia REALTORS®, Lisa founded and served as president of LSA Planning, an Alexandria, Virginia-based consulting firm that partners with local communities to provide comprehensive analyses and strategic planning to promote and support housing and planning policy and development decisions.

    Between 2013 and 2016, Lisa served as Vice President for Research for the National Housing Conference (NHC), a national non-profit organization focusing on promoting safe, decent, and affordable housing opportunities. Prior to NHC, Lisa served as Deputy Director of the Center for Regional Analysis and Associate Research Professor at the George Mason University School of Public Policy.

    Dr. Sturtevant completed her PhD in public policy from George Mason University, a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Maryland, and a BS in mathematical economics from Wake Forest University. She lives in the Alexandria portion of Fairfax County, Virginia with her husband, two kids, two cats, and a gecko.

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    The mind science experts at the Perception Institute present an online workshop to help members avoid implicit bias in their daily business interactions. Drawing upon the latest evidence-based research, Perception explains how our brains’ automatic, instant association of stereotypes with particular groups can cause us to treat those who are different from us unfairly, despite our best intentions and often without our conscious awareness. Perception then applies these concepts to the everyday work of REALTORS® and offers strategies to override bias in order to convey respect, ensure fairness, and improve business relationships.

    The mind science experts at the Perception Institute present an online workshop to help members avoid implicit bias in their daily business interactions. Drawing upon the latest evidence-based research, Perception explains how our brains’ automatic, instant association of stereotypes with particular groups can cause us to treat those who are different from us unfairly, despite our best intentions and often without our conscious awareness. Perception then applies these concepts to the everyday work of REALTORS® and offers strategies to override bias in order to convey respect, ensure fairness, and improve business relationships.

    Want to go deeper? Take the Implicit Bias test, and watch for future offerings from Perception and NAR.

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    At Home With Diversity® (AHWD) is an NAR certification program designed to present a picture of the changing face of the real estate industry. Since 1998, the At Home With Diversity® program has prepared over 20,000 REALTORS® to work effectively with and within today’s increasingly diverse pool of home buyers.

    At Home With Diversity® (AHWD) is an NAR certification program designed to present a picture of the changing face of the real estate industry. Since 1998, the At Home With Diversity® program has prepared over 20,000 REALTORS® to work effectively with and within today’s increasingly diverse pool of home buyers. At Home With Diversity® (AHWD) is an NAR certification program designed to present a picture of the changing face of the real estate industry. Since 1998, the At Home With Diversity® program has prepared over 20,000 REALTORS® to work effectively with and within today’s increasingly diverse pool of home buyers.

    The At Home with Diversity® course is a 6 to 7-hour class that can be taken online or in person and addresses the topics of diversity, fair housing, and business planning development. After successfully completing the course, REALTORS® are eligible to apply for the official AHWD certification, which conveys to clients they’re working with a dynamic real estate professional with expertise that transcends cultural barriers.

    About the Course: The At Home With Diversity® Course teaches REALTORS® how to: 

    1. Assess and understand attributes of diversity in local markets and their impact on the real estate industry 
    2. Understand basic competencies to earn the confidence of potential buyers and sellers, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, handicaps, familial status, or national origin 
    3. Build a business plan that minimizes risk and successfully services all types of clients See the course goals and objectives.
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    In this five-minute video session, we will discuss the difference between licensed and unlicensed activity. Without a license, you won't be doing much of anything! Learn the basics of what you need to know about licensing from this short video from the Virginia REALTORS® legal team.

    In this five-minute video session, we will discuss the difference between licensed and unlicensed activity. In this five-minute video session, we will discuss the difference between licensed and unlicensed activity. Without a license, you won't be doing much of anything! Learn the basics of what you need to know about licensing from this short video from the Virginia REALTORS® legal team.

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    This 19-minute video summarizes federal and state law regarding fair housing. Quickly take in a great amount of information about Federal Fair Housing laws and how you might encounter fair housing situations in your day-to-day business. 

    This 19-minute video summarizes federal and state law regarding fair housing. Quickly take in a great amount of information about Federal Fair Housing laws and how you might encounter fair housing situations in your day-to-day business. 

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    As a REALTOR®, you must abide by the Code of Ethics. Take an in-depth look at Article 16 of the Code of Ethics in this ten-minute video, which governs how REALTORS® interact with individuals who are represented by other agents. This is often referred to as the article that prohibits “going behind the sign.”

    As a REALTOR®, you must abide by the Code of Ethics. Take an in-depth look at Article 16 of the Code of Ethics in this ten-minute video, which governs how REALTORS® interact with individuals who are represented by other agents. This is often referred to as the article that prohibits “going behind the sign.”

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    As a REALTOR®, you must abide by the Code of Ethics. Take an in-depth look at Article 10. of the Code of Ethics. This six-minute session focuses on changes made to Article 10 in November 2020.

    As a REALTOR®, you must abide by the Code of Ethics. Take an in-depth look at Article 10. of the Code of Ethics. This six-minute session focuses on changes made to Article 10 in November 2020.

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    This five-minute video covers Article 9 of the Code of Ethics, which seems rather unassuming at first; it is one that trips up many REALTORS® because of its requirements.

    This five-minute video covers Article 9 of the Code of Ethics, which seems rather unassuming at first; it is one that trips up many REALTORS® because of its requirements. 

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    Article 1 of the Code of Ethics receives the most alleged violation complaints by the association. This nine-minute video session covers the basics of Article 1 to help you learn more and avoid making a violation yourself.

    Article 1 of the Code of Ethics receives the most alleged violation complaints by the association. This nine-minute video session covers the basics of Article 1 to help you learn more and avoid making a violation yourself.

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    As a REALTOR®, you need to have a firm grasp of the Code of Ethics. It is updated frequently and multifaceted. Virginia REALTORS® has put together this comprehensive video to help make your learning easier. The REALTOR® Code of Ethics was first adopted in 1913 and was one of the first codifications of ethical duties adopted by any business group. The Code ensures that consumers are served by requiring REALTORS® to cooperate with each other in furthering clients’ best interests. This six-minute video provides an overview of the Code of Ethics and the enforcement process.

    As a REALTOR®, you need to have a firm grasp of the Code of Ethics. It is updated frequently and multifaceted. Virginia REALTORS® has put together this comprehensive video to help make your learning easier. The REALTOR® Code of Ethics was first adopted in 1913 and was one of the first codifications of ethical duties adopted by any business group. The Code ensures that consumers are served by requiring REALTORS® to cooperate with each other in furthering clients’ best interests. This six-minute video provides an overview of the Code of Ethics and the enforcement process.