It's Not Too Late to Advocate for Affordable Housing

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Many of us have witnessed firsthand the reach of our client's dollar (and even our own) get shorter and shorter, particularly over the last two years. Have we reached the point of no return? Is it simply a "pie in the sky" dream to hope for a resurgence of affordable housing? Affordable housing is not automatic but with our advocacy, all is not lost and it can be accelerated. In this webinar, review how we got here and where we go from here to keep affordability a priority and an achievable American dream.

This nationally lauded workshop aims to inspire and encourage your (continued) advocacy for affordable housing.

Meet Dr. Davenport

Armed with degrees in business, legal, and Bible studies, Dr. Lee Davenport is an international real estate educator (as well as a former RE/MAX managing broker and agent). Notably, her doctoral research (studying the lead generation success strategies of top agents) is published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Real Estate Education and Practice -- in other words, she knows her stuff! She has partnered with The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change to grant scholarships to real estate professionals to participate in their impactful online school. She is one of the four original hosts for the Atlanta REALTORS® Rundown podcast produced by the Atlanta REALTORS® Association.

This webinar recording will show you how to:

  • How we can protect our interests as real estate investors/landlords and still advocate for affordability
  • How we got here
  • Where we go from here: How REALTOR® associations and realty firms specifically can sway the pendulum towards affordable housing

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RRC, RRC States, and licensees reserve the right to cancel any scheduled course. If a course is cancelled, registrants will be notified via email or phone and will be given a full refund. RRC, RRC States, and licensees are not responsible for any expenses incurred by the registrant due to cancellation. Class cancellations by a participant will be accepted until one week prior to the event. Cancellations will be refunded minus a $25 administrative fee. No shows will be charged the full registration amount.


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