Keep up on the latest developments in the resort and second home market, earn the Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist (RSPS) certification, and network with other members who specialize in the buying, selling, or management of investment, development, retirement, or second homes.
The Resort and Second-Home Property Specialist (RSPS) is recognized as an official NAR certification and allows buyers and sellers to have confidence in the ability of a REALTOR® who specializes in resort and second-homes to assist them with their search.
International REALTOR® Membership
Learn what REALTORS® have experienced and gained as a result of NAR membership. View individual videos below descriptions, or view one comprehensive video.
Baro K. Shalizi, PL to India, discusses the value of the experience and knowledge accumulated in the 100+ year history of NAR, and the difference between being a licensee and a REALTOR®.
Find the information, education, and connections you need to thrive in the growing field of international real estate. NAR works to make the global real estate market accessible, profitable, and ethical for REALTORS®, and offers International REALTOR® Membership to real estate practitioners outside the U.S.
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NAR backs Isakcon bill; poll shows voters concern about housing and jobs; and a National Flood Insurance Program update.
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An incomplete property description means a reduced commission.