New Books–June 2018

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NAR members and Association staff can borrow up to six electronic books, digital audios and/or videos at no cost, through the Virtual Library eBooks Collection. Members can also borrow up to three books for 30 days from the Library Catalog for a nominal fee of $10. Call Information Services at 800.874.6500 for assistance.

The Fight for Fair Housing: Causes, Consequences, and Future Implications of the 1968 Federal Fair Housing Act by Gregory D. Squires

This book commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Federal Fair Housing Act and includes contributions from the leading scholars and advocates who have investigated and worked for the eradication of discrimination and segregation from the nation’s housing markets. NFHA has planned several activities for the 50th anniversary year. Dissemination and discussion of this book will be an integral part of many of those activities.

The Mortgage Playbook for Millennials: Know the Rules Before You Play the Game by Jeff Vannote

The inspirational guide to home ownership for Millennials. Don’t be a statistic! They say Millennials will spend $200,000 on rent before deciding to buy their first home. GET in the GAME, today!

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your full potential. It’s no secret! Connecting is a skill you can learn and apply in your personal, professional, and family relationships—and you can start now!

Find Your Why by Simon Sinek

Whether you’ve just started your first job, are leading a team, or are CEO of your own company, the exercises in this book will help guide you on a path to long-term success and fulfillment, for both you and your colleagues.

Profit First by Mike Michalowicz

Serial entrepreneur Mike Michalowicz has developed a behavioral approach to accounting to flip the formula: Sales – Profit = Expenses. Just as the most effective weight loss strategy is to limit portions by using smaller plates, Michalowicz shows that by taking profit first and apportioning only what remains for expenses, entrepreneurs will transform their businesses from cash-eating monsters to profitable cash cows.

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