You may have heard the term “virginia real property,” which is a phrase that describes the sale of a home to the state.
While the term is technically true, it does not describe all real estate transactions.
When buying or selling real estate to the public, the process is often a legal process, not a public process.
But when it comes to real estate sales, that is the case.
The real estate law, as well as the real estate industry, are not all created equal, and some real estate professionals are pushing to change that.
In fact, the Virginia Real Estate Association is calling for a change in the law, which they argue will make the realtor more transparent and make it easier for homebuyers and sellers to connect with buyers and sellers, and to ensure they are on the same page.
While this may sound like a big change, it is not a new concept.
There has been a push to increase transparency in the realtors profession, and this change is part of that effort.
The Real Estate Board of Virginia (REBV) created the Real Estate Transparency Project in 2009 to help improve the way the real-estate industry operates.
REBV is working to establish standards for transparency in real-tor interactions and is currently working to create the Real Property Transparency Act, which would create a standard that would be used in every real estate transaction.
Under the bill, the realty board would create an “independent” body to make sure that every realtor has full information about their transactions.
This body would consist of a full-time board member, a full time professional who will have access to the realm data, and would have a “duties” for the board, including: reporting on the information received and making a public report about it,