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Housing Market Press Releases – February 21

Sales up, price growth strong, market times fast, but new listings down and supply levels very low
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What Is Allowed When Coming Soon?

When inventory is low, competition and stress levels among buyers get high.  We’re hearing a lot of complaints about properties that sell in Coming Soon status before going Active.  As long as there were no showings or open houses, a sight unseen offer does not violate the rules of Coming Soon status.
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5 FREE Social Media Tools for REALTORS®

Social media is a powerful tool to help market and grow your business. However, creating quality content, taking time to post to each platform, and monitoring replies can be time-consuming for busy REALTORS®. To take the stress out of social media, here are five free social media tools you can use to simplify your social media life!
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New Members – February 2021

Welcome, February 2021 new members to the Realtor® family!
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2021 Fair Housing Coloring Contest

Rules, Prizes, and Additional Information
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SPAAR Key Communities Program

The SPAAR Key Communities Program's goal is to build strong ties with communities in SPAAR’s 12-county jurisdiction.
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New Members – January 2021

Welcome, January 2021 new members to the Realtor® family!
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Despite the headwinds, 2020 was a record-breaking year for housing

“Predictably, the result of record sales combined with ultra-low inventory meant rising prices and sellers accepting stronger offers in less time,” according to Tracy Baglio, President of SPAAR.
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Beware of unemployment fraud

Criminals are likely to seek out those most vulnerable for unemployment fraud.
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