RISMEDIA, May 5, 2010—This week’s headlines from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS include: Get the good news at NAR’s Booth #1707 at the Midyear Trade Expo; educational opportunities from NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program; and the Green MLS toolkit is unveiled.
Get the Good News at NAR’s Booth #1707 at the Midyear Trade Expo
If you are attending the Midyear Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo, be sure to stop by NAR’s Booth #1707 to get the tools and resources you need to succeed! Join The Heart of the Market movement by sharing why you LOVE being a REALTOR®. Browse a wide variety of market relevant publications, including the new publication “Social Media for REALTORS®: 101 Dos and Don’ts.” Learn the latest news on Realtors Property Resource (RPR), NAR’s exclusive online real estate database. Attend a REALTOR® Party Rally at 11 a.m. daily to learn how you can get involved in the REALTOR® Party. Get hands-on help downloading FREE eProducts and purchase publications AT COST, thanks to Right Tools, Right Now. Learn about the two new partners in the REALTOR Benefits® Program, and pick up NAR’s Top 10 Benefits brochure, the Catalog, and a big cookie to-go. See you in DC!
Educational Opportunities from NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program
NAR understands that education is a key component for REALTORS looking to differentiate themselves in the marketplace. To help you achieve your goals, the REALTOR Benefits Program includes special pricing on certain real estate focused certifications and designations. For a current listing of educational offerings, click here.
Green MLS Toolkit Unveiled
NAR’s Green REsource Council, along with a number of green industry groups and real estate associations announces the launch of a new Green MLS Toolkit at www.greenthemls.org. The MLS Toolkit provides a snapshot of the green home industry, outlines why adopting a green initiative for the MLS is important and offers strategies for effective change for brokers, REALTORS®, builders and appraisers looking to spearhead the greening of the MLS system in their local community.
For more information, visit www.REALTOR.org.
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