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Virtual realty: CRRA’s new president tries 
to bridge the digital divide (access required)

Jennifer Frontera’s pep talk for members of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association is a subtle hint at a year ahead that will likely be filled with struggle. She is preparing to ride “a tide of change” as president of an organization that has seen its membership decrease in the housing downturn and during a time when technology is changing the industry.

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Cribbed plans 
cost builder $1.4M (access required)

The middle-class dream of four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a two-car garage can manifest itself in thousands of distinct – and copyright-protected – floor plans. So, when a Tennessee builder built more than 75 houses based on plans created by a nationally known home design company, the company sued for copyright infringement and won $1.4 million.

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