REALTORS® ensure high standards of professional conduct to serve the interests of their clients and customers. Based on feedback, NAR created these resources for members on how to conduct themselves professionally and show respect for property, the public and peers.
This tool, developed specifically for the real estate industry, will assess your skills in six key real estate competencies by having you answer a series of online questions. Find out what your skill levels are for getting listings, presenting properties, marketing, interacting with clients, and more.
In this online course, you'll learn about interest-based negotiation, a strategy which will help you learn to uncover client interests during buyer and seller intake, adapt to clients' evolving interests during the transaction process, and use interests to maintain connections with past clients. Upon completion of the exam, you will earn 2 CRS designation credits.
House hunters' use of digital research is increasing. Learn how to leverage this trend from 2012 REALTORS® Conference session speaker Patrick Grandinetti of Google.
Forming a productive business relationship with buyers starts with a counseling session. Here are a few important things you need to do at the outset.
Low inventories have created a seller's market, which in turn creates a market for buyer's representation.
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Subhi Gharbieh reflects on NAR Annual and what it takes to be a YPN Network of the Year.
Here is a list of iPhone, iPad, and cloud-based apps, as well as Web sites, to help association executives working with YPN be more effecient in their jobs.
What's the difference between a resident alien and a non-resident alien? Do foreign nationals need a social security card to purchase property in the U.S? How many decades has it been since the last time it rained in Lima, Peru? Get these answers and more from a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) class.