News and Updates
January 4, 2018
D ear M embers,
I am delighted to begin 2018 as the Association Executive for the Ridgefield Board of REALTORS. With the celebrations and resolutions behind, it is time to focus on providing you with the professional services, tools and resources you have come to rely on. 
RBOR is a strong and vibrant Association because of the commitment and involvement of its leaders and members. I look forward to collaborating with all of you as we meet the changes and opportunities that will impact the real estate industry and those of us living and working in Connecticut.

My Best Wishes for Your Continued Success in the Coming Year,
Laura Rubinfeld, CAE,CIPS.RCE
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January 2018 CE Classes
January 18th , Thursday 10am-1pm, Ridgefield Library
Ethics in Real Estate,  Terry Hastings, Instructor

January 31st , Wednesday 10am-1pm, Ridgefield Library
Monitoring Home Safety, Bob Kneen, Pillar to Post, Instructor

Business Tips for the New Year
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Market Trends, and Your Big Opportunity in 2018
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Here are the Top (Free) Apps for 2018
By Joe Sesso, Author and National Speaker for Homes.com

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Local News
Zoners approve affordable housing ‘overlay zone’
By  Peter Yankowski  The Ridgefield Press
Ridgefield’s Planning and Zoning Commission voted to approve a ‘mixed use overlay zone’ aimed at enticing potential developers away from the state’s 8-30g affordable housing law at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 2.   Read More