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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Launches new trademark campaign. Let "That's Who We R®” be your rallying cry, an expression of pride in your work and the many ways you go above and beyond to improve the lives of your clients and communities.

“That’s Who We R” serves as a reminder of what NAR has always stood for while signaling where the organization is heading. For REALTORS®, the campaign is a rallying cry that instills pride in their everyday actions. For consumers, it’s an education about the REALTOR® difference.
Since the campaign reflects our stories, share yours! Visit That’s Who We R® and tell us how you launched your career. Each month at the site, you can answer a new prompt and be inspired by other members’ stories.
That’s Who We R® celebrates you as a trusted professional, helping to advance your business and championing you – and the REALTOR® brand.
Plus, new this year, you have access to campaign materials for use in your own marketing efforts. At That’s Who We R®, you’ll find links to the campaign ads and TV spots, social posts, and print and digital media – some of which can be customized with your business logo. 

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Northern Kentucky REALTORS® Annual Hill Visit

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36 members of the Northern Kentucky Association of REALTORS® (NKAR) attended the Annual REALTOR® Rally in Frankfort Wed. Feb. 13th, 2019 joining REALTORS® across the Commonwealth to advocate for Kentucky Homeowners, private property rights and the real estate industry.

Kentucky REALTORS® awarded Representative Adam Koenig an NKAR REALTOR® member with its highest legislative award the Jess and Carolyn Kinman Award for his efforts as Co-Chair of the House Licensing and Occupations Committee and his involvement with House Bills 2, 329 & 465 from the 2018 General Assembly.


“My experience as a REALTOR® gives me a unique perspective on the challenges this important industry faces year after year,” said Representative Koenig. “I am proud to help write and pass legislation that removes barriers to the men and women of Kentucky that are working to help our citizens realize the American dream of homeownership.”

As part of the award, First Federal Savings Bank of Frankfort makes a charitable donation in the name of the award recipient. This year, Rep. Koenig selected the Salvation Army of Covington.
The award is named in honor of Jess Kinman, a former Kentucky REALTORS® president and REALTOR® of the Year who passed away in 2007, and his wife Carolyn Kinman, who worked for many years at the Legislative Research Commission and General Assembly.





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  • Knowing who represents me at the local, state and Federal levels of government.

  • Knowing about the candidates and key issues on the ballot.

  • Ensuring my voice is heard at all levels of government (not just on Election Day).

What REALTORS® Need to Know About the New Tax Law

What REALTORS® Need to Know About the New Tax Law

Check out this four-part video series with Evan Liddiard, Director of Federal Tax Policy for the National Association of REALTORS®, and Peter Baker of the Business Planning Group gives an overview of 2018's new tax laws. The series offers guidance for individuals and families filing tax returns, the tax incentives of owning a home, as well as business tax changes for real estate professionals. 

An Introduction to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017

Major Changes Affecting Individuals

Changes Affecting Tax Incentives of Owning a Home

Tax Changes for the Real Estate Professional

Big Win for REALTORS® on IRS Guidance for 20% Income Deduction

Big Win for REALTORS® on IRS Guidance for 20% Income Deduction

The deduction was part of the big tax reform law Congress passed at the end of last year and it was a huge win for REALTORS®. But it was unclear who would be eligible for the deduction. Now that proposed regulations are out, it’s clear the new deduction will be available to a wide range of real estate professionals.

 Under the new law, individual owners of sole proprietorships, including independent contractors, and owners of S corporations, LLCs, or partnerships can take the 20 percent deduction on their net qualified (that is, ordinary, non-investment ) business income. The calculation will depend on income thresholds, what type of business you own, and how you meet certain wage and qualified property tests. But the basic structure is very favorable to you as a small business or independent contractor. READ MORE