National Association of Realtors

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Noun1.National Association of Realtors - a United States association of real estate agents which follows a strict code of ethics
association - a formal organization of people or groups of people; "he joined the Modern Language Association"
Realtor - a real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of Realtors
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NAR is "The Voice for Real Estate" representing over one million members in the US including 81 bilateral partners in 60 countries around the globe.
This award acknowledges the hard work and ingenuity of NAR staff to provide effective and beneficial services to our members.
Even after civil rights advances enabled blacks to join the NAR (or Realtors, as the members like to call themselves) in the 1960s, most remained with Empire.
Membership in the NAR is compulsory if a broker wants access to an MLS.
REBS) and the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS[R] (NAR) and is the developer of ZipForm[R], the exclusive forms software of NAR.
NAR members can receive price reductions on business class ADSL, SDSL, T1, and IDSL services.
NAR believes that those OCC actions represent a marked departure from what is permitted by the National Bank Act, which clearly prohibits the mixing of banking and commerce.
Initially the Bronx group refused and the association had to petition NAR to reassign the territory, but before a panel that would have decided the issue convened, the two sides reached a compromise.
Cynthia Shelton, NAR Commercial and Business Specialties Group liaison and a Realtor(R) with Northstar Brokerage Services in Orlando, Fla.
Locally, through the Real Estate Board of New York, and now nationally through NAR, we are able to better serve the diverse interests of all our clients," remarks PMLBKaye President Marilyn Harra Kaye, who was the first co-chairman of REBNY's Residential Committee.
NAR believes that the regulations appear to tighten capital requirements more than appropriate considering the risk profile of commercial loans.
The term Realtor is not synonymous for a real estate agent: It is the distinctive and exclusive designation for the members of the National Association for Realtors (NAR) and the State and local Boards chartered by NAR.