Make a donation to the REALTORS® Relief Foundation today, and see how your contribution will help victims of the recent storm.
Whether you're a new or aspiring REALTOR® or whether you're brushing up on changes in the industry, here are some resources to help you understand real estate ethics.
In this 5-minute video, find out just how NAR's REThink initiative works, and see how REALTORS® across the country are discussing the future of real estate.
Meet the five REALTORS® being honored with this year's 2012 Good Neighbor Award. Learn about their committment to the communities in which they live and work, as well as how they've improve the lives of their neighbors. for making a difference through outstanding community service.
Many of NAR's initiatives to help keep REALTORS® at the center of the real estate transaction despite the flood of change that's surrounded the industry over the years have come from NAR's strategic planning efforts.
Find out all about REALTOR.org's improved design and new tools on the home page and throughout the site.
2012 NAR President Moe Veissi sees first-hand the devastation from Hurricane Isaac near New Orleans and asks for REALTORS® everywhere to contribute to the REALTOR® Relief Foundation to help colleagues along the Gulf Coast, which has already provided $100,000 to the Louisiana Association of REALTORS® Relief Fund.
HouseLogic.com, NAR’s free source of information and tools for home owners, has won the Content Marketing Institute’s 2012 Content Marketing Orange Award for Content Marketing Program of the Year in the online channel.
On Sept. 6, the directors of the REALTORS® Relief Foundation granted $100,000 to the Louisiana REALTORS® Association Relief Fund in order to assist with relief efforts in that state following the damage and flooding caused by Hurricane Isaac.
Meet the 10 REALTORS® vying for REALTOR® Magazine's 2012 Good Neighbor Awards. Five winners will be chosen in October, and will earn a $10,000 grant for their community cause. The five honorable mentions will receive a $2,500 grant.