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NAR aims to shake off ‘greedy Realtor’ image with new vision

NAR’s Strategic Thinking Advisory Committee came up with new statements in collaboration with Havas, the same ad agency responsible for the “That’s Who We R” campaign.

Joy, despair following vote on NAR’s pocket listing policy

Comments on the proposal have been split, with some suggesting the overwhelming majority vote may not represent the industry at large. Take this poll to share your opinion.

NAR votes on ethics training, ‘free’ agents and a new $6M nonprofit

The National Association of Realtors’ board of directors approved a slew of new policies Monday, including rules that will require agents to complete ethics training less frequently.

NAR board overwhelmingly approves pocket listing policy

In a 729-70 vote, the trade group’s 800-member board on Monday morning voted to approve the Clear Cooperation Policy.

National Association of Realtors may require less ethics training

The trade organization is mulling a policy change that would require its 1.3 million members to complete code of ethics training every three years instead of every two years.

Staffers to NAR: Protect us from ‘chest-beating’ volunteer leaders

This is “something that has kind of been talked about in the shadows and in the closet for a long time,” one attendee of the Realtors Conference & Expo said Saturday.

Controversial NAR pocket listing policy moves forward

NAR’s Multiple Listing Issues and Policies Committee on Saturday voted to approve the Clear Cooperation Policy. The proposal now moves to NAR’s Executive Committee.

13 questions about NAR’s pocket listing policy answered

Before NAR members debate a controversial pocket listing policy Saturday, the trade group addressed some common questions gathered by MLS executives.

3 Bay Area MLSs join forces to create shared database

RE California will synchronize data across multiple MLSs and represents the latest example of cross-organization collaboration.