Buyers, sellers, and real estate agents all have a duty of disclosure. One of the key factors to disclosure is to make that disclosure in a timely manner. Learn more from some informative scenarios in this article.
Your TAR dues were due on December 31st and if you have not already paid you are past due! Unfortunately, a $100 late fee was assessed on January 10th for those that haven’t paid.
In order to ensure your membership and your access to MLS is not cut off completely, please make sure that if you have not yet made your payment. You can do so now by Clicking Here, logging in, and then selecting your 2020 Annual TAR Dues under your unpaid orders. If you do not make your payment by February 1st, your services will be suspended.
If you have questions or issues making your payment, please reach out to your sales manager or directly to the Tucson Association of REALTORS® at (520) 327-4218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help Line Q & A
You asked we answered. To better assist you, our agents, moving forward we will be providing some monthly Q & A from the Tierra Antigua Realty help line. This information will be available in the newsletter as well as on your website in the resource center for easy access.
Test your knowledge by clicking below for the Q and A.
Imagine it is early January 2010 and you are reading a review of the financial markets. Investors have been on a roller coaster over the past three years, living through the stress of the global financial crisis and market downturn of 2008–2009, then experiencing the recovery that began in March 2009 and is still going strong.
Nova Retirement Plan Change
In November 2019, The Internal Revenue Service announced changes to retirement plans, contribution limits, etc. Click HERE to read summary of these changes.