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.
Each month, an expert on housing or the economy is invited to speak at NAR in Washington, D.C. 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.
The pioneering class of REALTOR® University’s MRE program re-enters the industry armed with new knowledge and a new title that can help lift their careers to greater heights.
NAR commissioned this report to study the industry's evolution in order to help set strategic direction for agents, brokers, and associations alike.
Share the Chief Staff Evaluation toolkit with your leadership to ensure your volunteer leaders have the information and resources they need to conduct a formal, annual chief staff evaluation.
NAR's Leadership Academy Class of 2015 attends five sessions, from REALTORS® Conference & Expo 2014 through May 2015. Learn more.
Meet the 2014 inductees to the Dr. Almon R. (Bud) Smith, RCE, AE Leadership Society.
The Spring 2014 issue covers new proposed standards for associations, how state and local REALTOR® associations can utilize big data, and the results of the Mobilize Your Members contest.