Is NAR too big to function?

The National Association of Realtors is taking a hard look at the enormous machinery that determines how the trade group makes decisions.

NAR expects more volatility, regulations over next 5 years

The National Association of Realtors has a new strategy document to guide it through 2023, it and does not expect smooth sailing ahead.

‘Monopoly for Millennials’ hits shelves, sans real estate

‘Monopoly for Millennials’ is the latest iteration of the classic property-buying board game in which players rack up experiences instead of real estate.

NAR allows stricter response to Realtor ethics violations

All five policies passed without any discussion or debate and with an overwhelming majority of the vote of the nearly 800 directors present.

NAR approves updated anti-harassment policy for #MeToo era

With the #MeToo movement all over the news, NAR has overhauled the behavior policy it expects its nearly 1.4 million members to follow.

Will NAR solicit venture capital funding from 1.3 million Realtors?

Billions of venture capital dollars are pouring into real estate, and the largest real estate trade group in the nation is seeking a bigger slice of the pie.

NAR spent $14.4M on these 2018 midterm election candidates

We looked into what the National Association of Realtors (NAR), one of the top lobbying organizations in the U.S. for total spending, spent on the 2018 midterm elections. Find out how it spent millions here.

NAR is fighting for these 6 issues in the 2018 midterm elections

What are the issues most important to the National Association of Realtors, the largest real estate trade group in the nation and a powerful lobbying force?

NAR takes 2.5% dues increase ‘off the table’

NAR Treasurer Tom Riley touted a “positive budget” starting in 2019, largely due to membership growth and a $30 dues increase approved by the NAR board of directors in May.

NAR has a new plan to make bad agents better

On Friday, the National Association of Realtors launched a program years in the making that it hopes will address that issue: its Commitment to Excellence program.