NAREE Bruss Book Awards Entry Deadline Is Approaching

Entry Deadline April 15, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 20, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Did you write a real estate-related book published in 2014? Then, it’s time to enter the National Association of Real Estate Editors’ Bruss Book Awards Competition. 
NAREE is now accepting entries for the eighth annual Robert Bruss Real Estate Book Awards Competition.

Authors of books published in 2014 in the broad field of real estate — including finance, mortgage lending, foreclosures, investing, green building and sustainable design, as well as home buying and selling and commercial real estate — are invited to enter. NAREE, a non-profit association founded in 1929, will name gold, silver and bronze award-winners. A special first-time author award will also be presented.

NAREE’s Bruss awards offer $2,000 in cash prizes. They will be presented at NAREE’s Annual Real Estate Journalism Conference, ” World View of Real Estate” in Miami, Florida, June 26, 2015, at the InterContinental Hotel on Biscayne Bay

The deadline to enter NAREE’s Bruss Book Awards Competition is April 15, 2015. An entrant should submit three copies of his or her book and a 5,000-word excerpt (many authors pick a key chapter or two).

To download a Bruss Entry form PDF click the Book Contest tab on www.naree.org.

NAREE’s book awards are named for the late Bob Bruss, syndicated real estate columnist, prolific writer and NAREE leader. Bruss frequently wrote reviews of realty books.

For more information: Mary Doyle-Kimball, NAREE Executive Director 561-391-3599  " target="_blank">

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