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Pulse: 21 reader wins we’re celebrating

Last week, we asked our readers to tell us about a win — however small or big — they experienced. Here are a few reader victories worth taking a minute to pause and celebrate.

How can women today be effective leaders?

As Women’s History Month draws to a close, the NDILC came up with a list of 10 principles companies and individuals can implement to help women become more effective leaders, in today’s challenging environment and into the future.

Is real estate ‘essential’? That’s open to debate

A job — any job that pays the bills — is essential to our financial health. But should the real estate business be considered “life-sustaining”? And is the risk worth the reward? A Pennsylvania-based broker weighs in on the matter.

How to get a loan and save your business during the pandemic

In a bill passed last week, lawmakers provided for some serious financial aid for small businesses such as real estate brokerages.

Nebraska’s first coronavirus death is longtime Realtor

Ralph Marasco, former Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Ambassador Real Estate, passed away from COVID-19 on March 24.

California Realtors group lays out agent aid programs

Agents and brokers can now get loans and payments akin to unemployment insurance thanks to a bill lawmakers passed last week.

Pending home sales rise in February

According to NAR’s Pending Homes Sales Index, pending home sales increased 2.4 percent in February.

This Massachusetts mansion is the oldest home for sale in the US

A 380-year-old Massachusetts home not far from Plymouth Rock is now officially the oldest home avilable for sale in the country.

Real estate leaders reveal their vulnerabilities

At this time, many of us are more willing to be vulnerable — letting our guard down is actually helping us get through this.