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Grow Georgia Summit
Thursday, June 9, 2016 | 7:30 am - 11:00 am @ Cobb Galleria

The Summit will expand the conversation on critical issues that will affect economic development moving forward and provide unique perspectives from business and forecasting experts on high impact topics.

This half-day gathering will focus on the urbanization of Atlanta, its impact on Atlanta and surrounding Georgia cities.

Attendees will have the option when registering for the event to receive 3 hours of CE certified by the Georgia Institute of Real Estate, your Board school!

ARPAC-Backed Candidates Win Big in Primary Election
Local

The election returns are in, and candidates backed by the Atlanta REALTORS® Political Action Committee had a very good night. Find out who won outright and which candidates are headed for a runoff.

ACBR Members Lobby Congress on Commercial Priorities
Federal

ACBR leaders joined more than 8,900 other REALTORS® from across the nation to advocate for commercial real estate issues during the 2016 NAR Legislative Meetings in Washington, DC. 

NAR Forecasts Commercial Policy Issues
Federal

During the 2016 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings, NAR updated members on what to expect from Congress on some of the biggest commercial real estate issues over the coming months. Here are three hot topics to watch, and one big caveat for 2017.

Xceligent Information Session
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 | 9:15 am - 10:00 am

Are you interested in hearing more about the Xceligent? Please join us on Wednesday, July 20 at 8:00 am.

VIDEO: 2016 Legislative Session: What Commercial Brokers Need to Know
State

What were the top issues for Commercial Brokers from the 2016 session of the Georgia General Assembly? ACBR's Robert Broome sits down with GAR's John Barbour to discuss bills that impact your industry, your clients, and your bottom line.

Forsyth County Adopts Impact Fee Changes
Local

The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners approved revisions to the county’s development impact fees but rejected a massive road impact fee on commercial projects.

Atlanta to Hold Second Round of Zoning Ordinance Rewrite Meetings
Local

The second round of public meetings on the project to rewrite Atlanta's Zoning Ordinance will be held on May 18 and May 26. Consultants will present project findings and recommendations for changes that could impact urban design, expand transportation options, promote housing diversity, and more. 

Council Adopts Affordable Housing Mandate for Subsidized Apartment Projects
Local

The Atlanta City Council adopted legislation to require affordable units in multi-family developments subsidized by a local development authority. How will this ordinance impact housing in Atlanta, and what's next on the city's affordable housing agenda?

Get Smart Fast on Accounting Changes
Federal
Commercial real estate opportunities are expected to come out of changes to Financial Accounting Standards Board rules that take effect soon. FASB's new rules on lease accounting will spur companies that own or lease real estate to evaluate the right mix of real estate for them. NAR Government Affairs provides a report.
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