I Received a “Problem Posting” Email – Posting Failed

Jan 14, 2019 by

From time to time you may receive an email from RISMedia’s ACE support that indicates that there was a problem posting content to your social media account. This typically indicates that we have lost connection to your social media account. This can happen if you changed your social media password or permission to post on your behalf has expired. For example LinkedIn requires ACE members to reset their connection every 60 days and Facebook now requires members to reset their ACE connection every 90 days.

It’s very easy to fix here’s how.

  • If not already, login to RISMedia ACE at
  • From left side menu click Settings > Social Media Connections
  • See the Social Media icons Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn.
  • The word “Reset” will appear near the social media account that has failed.
  • Simply click the social media name (i.e., Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter)  and if asked follow prompts to login. If you are already logged into your social media account the status might immediately change back to “Active” as soon as you click “Reset”.

Again, as of this writing it it likely that you will need to do this every 60 days for LinkedIn and every 90 days for Facebook.

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Grow Houses No Problem for REALTORS® to Sell

Nov 7, 2018 by

There are burgeoning housing implications of the legalization of marijuana, from demand for dispensaries to an influence on property values, according to a new report.

According to approximately 10 percent of REALTORS®, in areas where there’s a dispensary, homes have increased in value, a National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) survey uncovered. More than 75 percent of REALTORS®, however, have not seen any shift in values, and 12-14 percent have seen a decline.

On the commercial side, the impact of the legalization of marijuana seems to be significant. According to the survey, close to 25 percent of commercial REALTORS® have seen a boost near growing land, and 20 percent have seen an increase on properties in proximity to a dispensary.

“Members in states where marijuana has been legalized to some extent have been asking us to conduct this kind of research because it is directly affecting their business,” said Jessica Lautz, director of Behavioral and Demographic Trends at NAR, during the 2018 REALTORS® Conference & Expo, where the findings were shared.

“Whether it is influencing property values, the number of all-cash purchases or demand for various types of commercial properties, it is clear that this billion-dollar industry is making an impact,” Lautz said.

Importantly, agents with grow house listings have had no problem selling them, according to the survey—both where marijuana has been legalized for medical purposes, and where it has been legalized for medical and recreational use. Of those REALTORS®, 90 percent had no issues with the title.

Still, there’s stigma.

“While less than 10 percent of members indicated there is an increase in actual crime around dispensaries, 16-18 percent indicated that there is an increase in the perception of crime,” said Lautz.

Continuing coverage of the REALTORS® Conference & Expo to come.

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DeVita_Suzanne_60x60Suzanne De Vita is RISMedia’s online news editor. Email her your real estate news ideas at For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark

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Threaten to Kill Your Boss – No Problem You Work for FHFA

Nov 24, 2014 by

You know how some people say it’s pretty much impossible to lose your job if you work for the government?  I guess they’d be right. Be sure to catch all of your real estate news and mortgage news every morning with Frank and Brian. Please forward, share, subscribe and post …
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