Orlando nabs Florida's #2 spot for international homebuyers

Orlando - yet again - attracted droves of foreign homebuyers in 2018 and retained the state's #2 spot for international activity. Disponible en español

Published Tuesday, December 4, 2018

ORRA leadership, members head to Boston for annual REALTOR® gathering

ORRA peeps braved the cold and participated in the “REALTOR® Relief Run” to benefit colleagues who have been impacted by the recent hurricanes. Disponible en español. 

Published Saturday, December 1, 2018

Global Real Estate Council of Orlando earns Diamond Achievement Award

ORRA's special interest council for international real estate practitioners earns recognition for its many years of sustained service. Disponible en español

Published Monday, November 5, 2018

Two Orlando REALTORS® step into NAR global ambassador roles

ORRA members now liaison with Belgium and Netherlands plus Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Published Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Supra launches "end-of-showing" notification

Seller’s agents can now receive real-time end-of-showing notifications in addition to notifications when showings start. The new alerts are sent from Supra as e-mail or text messages to those who utilize the eKEY app, and additional individuals (broker, homeowner) can be cc’ed as well. Questions? Contact Supra at 877.699.6787 FAQs and
Published Tuesday, October 30, 2018

ORRA members appointed NAR directors, named to committees

NAR directors and committee members represent the interests of all ORRA members, and bear overarching responsibility for NAR's nationwide service to REALTORS® and the concept of homeownership.

Published Monday, October 22, 2018

Florida Realtors® Disaster Relief Fund

The fund stands ready to assist those REALTORS® affected by Hurricane Michael and to accept contributions from those who wish to help their fellow REALTORS® in need.

Published Friday, October 12, 2018

Help spread the REALTOR ®"Vote YES On Amendment 2" message

REALTORS® across the State of Florida are encouraging voters to choose "YES" on Amendment 2, which keeps in place the current 10 percent property tax assessment cap on non-homestead properties.

Published Monday, October 8, 2018