Attendees will learn from broker panels and industry leaders about the latest tools and trends affecting the industry and Realtor® businesses.
Learn how to identify and work with economic development organizations to tap into the stream of foreign investment in your market, and find important insights on how immigration is making a positive impact on the U.S. housing market.
This NAR course offers a broad overview of the basics of commercial real estate and how it differs from residential real estate. This is an ideal introductory course for those who are newly licensed and/or residential agents who want to learn more about commercial real estate.
NAR offers a wide selection of real estate training options for members and association staff, from webinars to a Master’s degree in Real Estate.
Your website is arguably the most important and powerful marketing tool at your disposal, but if you're not comfortable building and maintaining one, it can be frustrating. This issue helps you tackle the challenge of building a high-performance website with global business-building impact.
REALTOR® University Speaker Series: Affordable Rental Housing in the U.S.: Where does it come from and what happens to it?
Dr. John Weicher takes a 20-year look at affordable rental housing. He discusses how that housing availability has changed and why.
REALTORS® share their knowledge and experience by teaching classes and workshops.
Jim Gillespie, expert coach, trainer and consultant for Commercial Real Estate practitioners across the country, shares insight and practical tips on best practices and tools to transform your prospecting efforts into a powerful and profitable habit.
This issue of Global Perspectives looks at the foreign national mortgage market for U.S. properties, and addresses lending programs for overseas buyers and ways to find the right mortgage for your foreign clients.
REALTOR® University Speaker Series: Heartland Renewal? Immigrants, Their Children, and the Baby Boomer Transition
In this video, Dr. Rolf Pendall discusses the heartland renewal, the importance of the immigrant population, and falling household formation.