Associations it’s Time for Serious Introspection and Action

NAR has not only held onto its title as the largest trade association in the world, but also become one of the most powerful lobbying organizations on Capitol Hill. But in spite of that, many inside and outside the industry are questioning the future of Realtor&Reg; Associations,

Inside the Class-Action Antitrust Lawsuits

The two high-profile class-action antitrust cases currently rocking the residential real estate brokerage industry are already having a profound influence. While the cases will not …

Rescuing Homeownership

In this report, T3 Sixty explores the governments historic role in growing homeownership, andconsiders whats next on the governments agenda for the real estate industry

On the Edge of The Fiscal Cliff

Tax increases and government spending cuts scheduled for implementation in 2013 could slip the economy back into recession. In this report, T3 Sixty considers the implication for real estate.

Revisiting Organized Real Estate

Following a perplexing time for Realtor associations T3 Sixty reviews unexpected and noteworthy court cases and looks at the impact on the future of Realtor associations.

Big Data: The Next Frontier

For years there has been speculation about who would be the first to try to create a national Multiple Listing Service (MLS). In this Report, T3 Sixty considers the role of the MLS, if a national MLS would be possible, and if there should be one national MLS system.

Boulevard of Broken Dreams: The Future of (a National) MLS

There are a number of important initiatives that are changing the use, distribution and placement of property data. With the MLS feeling the pressure from technology, the Internet, third party syndication models, and even the consumer, many in the industry feel the evolution of such technology could signal the death knell for the MLS.

Organized Real Estate Moves: New NAR Initiatives Could Change The Industry

After more than a 100 years of existence, the NAR is increasingly drawing criticism for its approach to leadership and decisionmaking processes. According to Dale Stinton, CEO of NAR, the organization has come to a critical juncture in its existence and if it is to survive as a viable and relevant player in the future of real estate it will have to start evolving and implementing drastic changes.