REALTOR® Magazine's Good Neighbor Awards recognize REALTORS® who have made an extraordinary impact on their community, or on the national or world stage, through volunteer work.
In 2012, REALTORS® will be going back to the (virtual) classroom, marching on Capitol Hill, and earning rewards for engaging with their association.
As an evolutionary biologist, David Sloan Wilson expected to spend his life studying zooplankton. But now his microscope focuses on a broader subject: his hometown of Binghamton, N.Y.
The National Association of Realtors® recognizes Realtors® who devote themselves to volunteer service through REALTOR® Magazine’s Good Neighbor Awards, which is currently accepting applications.
As members of the business community, REALTORS ® understand how the lack of housing for working families – both rental and homeownership – threatens the vitality of their communities.
Residents and business owners united to wrestle with the question of how small communities can encourage development while retaining the qualities residents cherish.
The objective of the National Association of REALTORS® International Travel Grants program is to equitably provide reimbursement to President’s Liaisons who travel abroad to represent the National Association of REALTORS®. These representatives educate members of NAR’s Cooperating Associations at their annual meetings or conventions and assist in facilitating business among members of NAR and their associations.
Whether your community is grappling with transportation and land use issues, crowded schools, or open space, or working to bring vacant properties back to productive use, NAR’s Smart Growth program has resources to help you and your association plant seeds that will pay dividends for years to come.
Learn the roles Realtors® can play in helping communities purchase/sell foreclosed properties, and discussed the practical skills and tools needed to help local government and nonprofit housing providers market foreclosed properties and their neighborhoods.