Information on the core standards for state and local REALTOR® associations, aiming to ensure high-quality service for REALTORS®.
By June 30, 2015, every local and state REALTOR® association is obligated to prove its compliance with the six new minimum service and organizational criteria. Read about NAR’s progress to date gathering existing resources, developing new ones, training facilitators, and answering the myriad questions that have arisen.
NAR's Information Central team creates and maintains an extensive number of Field Guides which are specifically aimed at AEs and those in leadership positions.
Check the list below and discover how the articles, books, websites, statistics, and other materials offered in these Field Guides can help you with your everyday research.
Contribute to REALTOR® Association Resource Exchange (RARE) and earn the 2014 Swanepoel Trends report, a $149 value.
Each month, an expert on housing or the economy is invited to speak at NAR in Washington, DC. Videos of the lectures are available on Realtor.org and on the REALTOR® University web site.
NAR President Steve Brown explains the next steps for implementing core standards for ensuring associations provide a professional level of services to members.
National director entitlement counts for state associations and local boards is dictated per NAR's Constitution, Article IV, Section 1 (U). The number of director allocations for 2015 is based on membership counts extracted from the National REALTORS® Database System (NRDS) as of July 31, 2014.