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Resources for New AEs

Welcome new REALTOR® Association Executives!

Regardless of how long you’ve been on the job—whether it’s been five days or five months—you’ve probably realized by now that your career in REALTOR® association management is full of special rewards and challenges. The scope of your job is broad and your responsibilities can seem to be never-ending. Sometimes just knowing where to start is the hard part, but be assured, help is here.

Below you will find a checklist of job functions and responsibilities that can guide you through your first weeks and months on the job. You’ll also find invaluable advice from your peers, which supports the commonly held belief among AEs that you can learn more from your AE peers than from any textbook or class. There’s also a multitude of information on policies and procedures, references, and resources that will help you today as you’re learning the ropes and that will serve as a valuable reference for many years to come.

For your reference, you may access a roster of new Association Executives, which provides contact information for new AEs by state.

Resources

Checklist for New Association Executives
These checklists includes general job functions and guidelines listed in chronological order but not necessarily in priority order.

Local Association Operational Checklists
This at-a-glance grid is intended to be completed by an AE to provide answers to questions that staff/volunteer leaders may need if the AE is not available or leaves the job.

NAR E-Newsletter Calendar
This calendar view of NAR's major e-newsletters shows the day and week that each is sent, descriptions of each newsletter, and links and directions for subscribing. 

Advice From Your Peers
Practical advice from seasoned AEs on financial matters, handling change, relationships, communications, and travel.

Important Definitions and Acronyms
Become familiar with REALTOR association lingo and real estate terminology.

Get to Know the NAR staff
The NAR Staff Directory: Searchable by name, department, and area of expertise.

Get Involved in Committees
Learn about how to volunteer to serve on committees related specifically to association issues or committees on member issues.