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  Rock the C2EX Challenge  

REALTORS® completing C2EX can differentiate themselves in the community and optimize opportunities to best serve clients and position yourself as a leader in the community! The endorsement empowers REALTORS® to evaluate, enhance and showcase their highest levels of professionalism. It's not a course, class or designation-it's an Endorsement that REALTORS® can promote when serving clients and other REALTORS®.

The platform generates a customized learning path and recommends experiences and resources to enhance your individual skillset. Get started on your journey today by logging in to and taking any one of the 11 self-assessments to measure proficiency in 10 aspects of professionalism (11 for brokers), ranging from customer service to use of technology.

NVR has signed up for the NAR C2EX Challenge. C2EX is the endorsement aimed at helping REALTORS® improve their professionalism and be better at their jobs. This competition for state and local associations inspires REALTORS® to earn their C2EX Endorsement, to raise the level of professionalism in the industry, increase their marketability, and grow their business.

Complete the Challenge and your name will be entered for a drawing of a $100 gift card for the month you finish it. Additionally, all NVR members who complete C2EX will be entered into a drawing for the grand prize of $500 on Oct. 1. Congratulations are in order for Las Vegas REALTOR Erin Patrick, of Signature Real Estate Group, who was the May winner.  Click here to learn more about C2EX and start your challenge.



  Nominations open for 2022 NVR awards  

Nevada REALTORS® is accepting nominations for 2020 REALTOR® of the Year Award (ROY), Distinguished REALTOR® Award (NDRA) and REALTOR® Active in Politics award (RAP). The deadline for the NDRA and RAP awards is Friday, Sept. 30. The ROY award deadline is August 15. Nominate a deserving REALTOR® today! You can view the nomination application for awards by clicking here.  Then, please email Lilli Walker at NVR with your nominations.



  Aging housing stock prompts remodeling boom  

The median age of owner-occupied homes is 39 years, according to the latest data from the 2019 American Community Survey. Compared to a median age of 31 years in 2005, the U.S. owner-occupied housing stock is aging gradually. Residential construction continues to fall behind in the number of new homes built, especially after the Great Recession.

This aging housing stock signals a growing remodeling market, as old structures normally need to add new amenities, or repair/replace old components. Rising home prices also encourage home owners to spend more on home improvement. Moreover, the number of owner households has been rising since the third quarter of 2016. This indicates a strong rising demand for new construction over the long run, as current owner-occupied housing stock is older. Continue reading by clicking here.



  NVR partner MidasIQ hosts June 15 webinar  

Small Business Owners & Side Hustlers Are Getting Robbed Blind by the IRS - Even if They Have a Good CPA; 93% of small business owners are paying more than they should to the IRS. And that includes freelancers and side hustlers. Our tax system is broke.

Grab a FREE seat to this webinar from NVR member benefit partner Midas IQ on Wednesday, June 15th at 10 a.m. titled: Stop Paying Taxes You Don't Owe - A Guide to Keeping What's Yours. Follow this registration link to sign up and learn more.




  NVR partner Real Estate Nexus to add member benefit