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Political Advocacy

NAR's DC building, steps from the U.S. Capitol

As the largest trade association in the U.S., the National Association of REALTORS® advocates every day on behalf of the nation's 1 million REALTORS® and 75 million property owners. NAR is widely considered one of the most effective advocacy organizations in the country.

Federal Advocacy

From its building located steps away from the United States Capitol, NAR advocates for federal policy initiatives that strengthen the ability of Americans to own, buy, and sell real property.

State & Local Advocacy

The REALTOR® Party is a powerful alliance of REALTORS® and REALTOR® Associations working to protect and promote homeownership and property investment. The REALTOR® Party speaks with one voice to advance candidates and public policies that build strong communities and promote a vibrant business environment.

The REALTOR® Party is effective at all levels of government because of its grassroots strength. That strength is exhibited in advocacy, as well as community involvement. The REALTOR® Party works hand in hand with the REALTORS Political Action Committee (RPAC).

NAR provides a wide variety of resources to foster and harness the grassroots strength of the REALTOR® Party.

Latest News
July 2, 2015
The Department of Labor is proposing to change rules governing required overtime payment for salaried employees.
June 29, 2015
Learn how to integrate UAV technology into your business and how to obtain a Section 333 waiver from the FAA in this July 9 webinar.
June 29, 2015
NAR and other industry leaders tell Mortgage Compliance Magazine the top things real estate professionals need to know about TRID.
June 26, 2015
The CFPB’s proposal would move the TRID rule's implementation date to October 3, 2015, rather than the earlier required date of August 1.
June 26, 2015
The Supreme Court ruled that Obamacare’s insurance premium credits can go to eligible residents of any state, including those states that chose to use a federally-facilitated exchange.


TRID: TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure

Effective August 1, 2015, any transaction involving a mortgage will use new CFPB disclosure forms. In November 2013, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) integrated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) and Truth in Lending Act (TILA) disclosures and regulations.

Watch NAR webinars, videos, and presentations explaining the changes

Window to the Law: TRID Changes Coming

Please note: since the release of this video, CFPB has issued a proposal delaying the implementation of the final TRID rule to October 3, 2015, rather than the earlier required date of August 1.

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