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ARELLO events provide a great way to network with colleagues and share ideas about today's most pressing regulatory issues and solutions! You're invited, so we hope you'll join us for the 2020 Mid-Year Meeting in beautiful and historic Savannah, Georgia: "The Hostess City of the South."
During the Mid-Year Meeting you'll have numerous opportunities to attend ARELLO's targeted-issue committee meetings, learn, and network with colleagues ...
Boundaries is pleased to present "Meet Your ARELLO Staff," a limited-run monthly series that introduces the people who, along with CEO Nick Rhoad, work to achieve ARELLO's mission and serve its members.
Darren Whorton is ARELLO's Director of Information Technology. He serves as the lead developer on the association's custom web applications such as the arello.org member site, the ...
We know how busy you are, but please help to continue ARELLO's strong tradition of member volunteerism by completing the 2020 Digest Survey!
The one-of-kind online ARELLO Digest exists only through the continuing cooperation of ARELLO member jurisdictions. Responses to the annual survey populate the Digest, which is the only compilation of its kind in existence. The Digest provides an outstanding research tool for ARELLO members and subscribers, and covers a broad ...
The New York State Board of Real Estate (the Board) recently approved proposed regulations that will, if adopted, require real estate licensees to provide enhanced disclosures to help transaction parties understand their housing discrimination rights under the state's Human Rights Law. The new rules would also require education providers to record fair housing course instruction.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said that he directed promulgation of the new regulations ...
The Arkansas Real Estate Commission has concluded a long-running enforcement proceeding in which an unlicensed buyer claimed that the state's real estate license laws did not reach a purchase contract that purported to create an "equitable interest" in the subject property, and included terms involving what is commonly referred to as "real estate wholesaling."
ARELLO hosts several meetings and conferences each year. We hope you can join us!