Inside this issue
  Webinar to address Silver State property management issues  

Nevada REALTORS® members who are property managers please take note. NVR is hosting a webinar update on important property management issues. Special Guests, Las Vegas Justice Court Chief Judge Melissa Saragosa, NVR CEO Teresa McKee and NVR General Counsel Tiffany Banks will hold a Q and A session. NVR Property Management Committee Chair, Molly Hamrick will host the event. 

The webinar is set for Tuesday, April 20 at 10 a.m. This upcoming hour-long Zoom webinar is part of a continuing series of webinars offered to help NVR members work their way through the various phases of reopening Nevada. Click here to register.
If you missed any of the previous informational webinars presented by Nevada REALTORS® over the past year, you can view them here, on NVR's YouTube channel.




  LEGAL FAQs: Wearing Multiple Hats (Agent & Executor) and Unlicensed Assistants  

By Christal Park Keegan, NVR Legal Information Line Attorney

When a property is going through probate, can a real estate agent sell a house and also act as personal representative of the estate? 

Wearing multiple hats can be tricky because there are inherent conflicts of interest between the fiduciary duties owed to the estate and the agent's self-interest in gaining a commission for the sale of the estate's real property.  The follow-up question from agent's is often: "Can't we just make a disclosure to all parties?"  

Learn more about this issue and responsibilities of unlicensed assistants by clicking here




  NVR member benefit partner Amarki offering marketing tools webinar  


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  NAR: As lease addendums rise, marijuana businesses adapt  

As marijuana becomes legalized in more parts of the country and as an increasing number of states grow, harvest, store, sell and allow consumption, the nation's real estate industry has felt the effects.

According to a new report from the National Association of Realtors®, there has been a noticeable rise in demand for warehouses, land and store fronts used for marijuana. The 2021 survey, Marijuana and Real Estate: A Budding Issue, examines the legality of marijuana in terms of medical only, legalized medical and recreational prior to or after 2016.

Click here to read the full article and view the report.