Illinois managing brokers had to renew their licenses by April 30, 2019. Most made the deadline, but if you were one of the few who did not, there are several immediate steps you need to take to comply with the state's license law. Illinois REALTORS® Director of Professional Development Young Brockhouse discusses the deadline and what can be done to address a missed deadline.
Many Illinois communities have turned to crime-free ordinances in an effort to cut down on violations in and near rental properties. But these ordinances have to be carefully drafted to make sure that there is due process and transparency for private property owners.
Illinois REALTORS® chats with the association;s Springfield-based lobbying team about four notable victories for the real estate industry in the 2019 Spring legislative session. Listen to Greg St. Aubin, Julie Sullivan and Neil Malone break down the results.
In a special Conference & Expo edition of the Illinois REALTORS® podcast, REALTORS® Angie Zahn and Steve Ellerbrake discuss how they help military families move and why the Military Relocation Professional designation has been helpful in their work near Scott Air Force Base. Later (14:50), REALTOR® Doug Hartman Jr. and Illinois REALTORS® Local Government Affairs Director Ron Deedrick talk about the pitfalls of so-called crime-free ordinances.
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Illinois REALTORS® chats with the association's Vice President for Professional Development Young Brockhouse about what managing brokers can do if they missed the license renewal deadline on April 30. And (11:13) Illinois REALTORS® Nykea Pippion-McGriff and Max Mitchell talk about the Federal Political Coordinator program and upcoming legislative visits in Washington, D.C.