Events around National Association of REALTORS®

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Shopping Fundraiser Whitney Young HS Chamber Orchestra
Other

Shopping Fundraiser Whitney Young HS Chamber Orchestra

Saturday 10:00am (16 December)
Wish Kids, Chicago

New Year's Day Brunch Buffet
Food

New Year's Day Brunch Buffet

Monday 10:00am (01 January)
Shaw's Crab House, Chicago

New Year's Eve Brunch Buffet
Food

New Year's Eve Brunch Buffet

Sunday 9:00am (31 December)
Shaw's Crab House, Chicago

Ugly Sweater Brunch
Food

Ugly Sweater Brunch

Saturday 10:00am (16 December)
Shaw's Crab House, Chicago

ANZACC Midwest 2018 Down Under Soirée
Conference

ANZACC Midwest 2018 Down Under Soirée

Saturday 7:00pm (27 January)
LondonHouse Chicago, Chicago

New Years Eve 2018 at LondonHouse
Party

New Years Eve 2018 at LondonHouse

Sunday 8:00pm (31 December)
LondonHouse Chicago, Chicago

AKA Warrior Cup 2018
Sport

AKA Warrior Cup 2018

Friday 9:00am (19 January)
AKA Warrior Cup, Chicago


How Real Estate Fares If Net Neutrality Goes Away

How Real Estate Fares If Net Neutrality Goes Away


When?

Start time: Thursday 1:00pm (07 December)
End time: Thursday 1:30pm (07 December)

Where?

National Association of REALTORS®
430 N Michigan Ave, Chicago

About

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to strike down net neutrality, the system of rules that tries to create an even playing field on the internet for websites and users. NAR supports net neutrality and opposes the FCC plan to end it in mid-December. NAR analyst Melanie Wyne and David Charron, head of large multiple listing service MRIS, explain and answer questions on how net neutrality works and what the real estate industry can expect to happen should it be terminated. Impacts are expected to be felt by MLSes, listing sites, associations, brokerages, sales associates, and consumers as internet service providers (ISPs) create fast and slow lanes on the Internet and enter into agreements with some content providers.