NAR Member Direct 10.09

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The National Association of REALTORS provides its members a number of benefits. This Presentation outlines the new NAR initiatives for 2009-2010

The National Association of REALTORS provides its members a number of benefits. This Presentation outlines the new NAR initiatives for 2009-2010

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  • In the slide show format, questions and answers will appear line by line. As you move by the arrows or the enter key, first ask the question, wait for a response from the audience, then show the answer and move to the next question by down or next arrow or the enter key.
  • Today’s leadership. Elected leadership, Charles, Vicki, Ron, Jim, Dick, Gary and Steve, Dale Stinton is NAR’s CEO and manages all day to day operations. Reporting to Dale are Senior Vice Presidents responsible for the areas of Association including Research, Government Affairs, Legal, Marketing, Public Affairs, IT, Business Specialties and HR.
  • Another important benefit for members and a source of information for consumers is REALTOR®.com. This is the most comprehensive source of listings available and it is the Number 1 site that consumers go to when looking for a home to purchase. There are a number of enhancement that will be rolled out over the next few months. These enhancements will draw more and more consumers to the web site by providing greater interactivity through mapping and tools that will allow consumers to search in a greater number of ways.
  • Professionalism is so important that it is discussed in one of the strategic objectives in the Strategic Plan. The starting point is the Annual convention. There are re many education sessions, forums, workshops and meetings. The Annual convention will be in San Diego November 13-16. Go to REALTOR®.org and click on “Meetings & Expo” for mor information. (CLICK TO START SHOWING DESIGNATIONS – EACH ENTER ONE AT A TIME) While professionalism means many things, education is one component that attests to REALTORS® experience and competence. There are several designations that can be earned through the affiliated societies, institutes and counsels. The most frequently earned designation is the GRI, but there are many other designations for both residential and commercial specialists.
  • Of course, it is important that Congress and regulators hear from the 1.2 million REALTORS®. To become involved, go to the NAR Action Center to register and respond to calls for action on important Federal issues that will affect your business and livelihood. To get even more involved, consider becoming a volunteer member of one of NARs standing Committees or Forum. There is a recommendation process and it also helps if you fill out your Expertise Profile through NRDS.
  • Finally, all of the information about research, policy, regulatory matters, news about the markets… is available on REALTOR®.org. Spend some time finding out more about NAR and the REALTOR® organization

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  • 1. A Member Update of the National Association of REALTORS®
  • 2.  
  • 3. Quiz
    • When was NAR founded?
      • May 12, 1908
    • Where was NAR founded?
      • The YMCA in Chicago, IL
    • How many founding members?
      • 120
    • What was the original name?
      • National Assoc. of Real Estate Exchanges
    • What year did NAR adopt its current name?
      • 1974
    • How many members do we have today?
      • 1.2 Million
  • 4. NAR Today Charles McMillan President Vicki Cox Golder President-elect Ron Phipps First-Vice President Jim Helsel Treasurer Dick Gaylord Immediate Past President Gary Thomas VP/Liaison to Gov’t Affairs Steve Brown VP/Liaison to Committees Dale Stinton CEO
  • 5. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011
    • Focus resources and services to ensure a continued and strong flow of capital into the real estate financing marketplace.
    • Promote and support public policies that advance the real estate industry, private property rights and real property ownership for all
    • Legislative/Regulatory Advocacy and Lobbying
    • Some of the items on the agenda
      • First-time Home Buyer Tax Credit Extension
      • Health Reform
      • Home Valuation Code of Conduct (HVCC)
      • Natural Disaster Insurance
      • Short sales
      • Credit Union
  • 6. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011
    • Be the most comprehensive, reliable and accessible source of real estate information
    • Research and Data
    • Existing Home Sales
      • Key Indicator of Housing Market
      • No one else publishes similar data
      • National EHS Release around the 25th of each month
    • Policy Analysis
  • 7. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011
    • Strengthen the relationship between REALTORS® and consumers
    • Public Awareness Campaign
      • Print
      • Radio
      • Television
    • Why consumers should work with a REALTOR®
    • Why working with a REALTOR® means consumers are working with someone they can trust
    • Why consumers should make a REALTOR® the first point of contact in every transaction, now and in the future
    • www.REALTOR.com
  • 8. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011
    • Strive to ensure competency and professionalism of REALTORS®
    • Code of Ethics
    • Distinguishes REALTORS® from other real estate professionals
    • Describes duties to
      • Clients
      • The Public
      • REALTORS®
    • Midyear and Annual meetings
      • Information, training, networking
    • Center for REALTOR® Technology
      • Industry advocate and technology information resource
      • Designations: GRI, CRS, ABR
  • 9. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011 Create the leading interactive real estate site for REALTORS® and consumers A comprehensive website with all of the credible information, resources and tools consumers need to maintain, protect and increase the value of their home
  • 10. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011
    • HouseLogic offers a free source of ready-to-use content for your websites, blogs, and newsletters.
    • Not just an expert in real estate sales. Use the info on HouseLogic to position yourself as a go-to resource for homeownership information.
    • Maintain and grow your relationships with consumers with information that’s valuable and relevant, no matter the homeowners’ experience level or life stage.
    Create the leading interactive real estate site for REALTORS® and consumers Stay in touch with your clients Build your reputation as a housing expert… Drive your business forward
  • 11. NAR Strategic Plan 2009 – 2011
    • Strengthen the relationships between the REALTOR® Organization and REALTORS®
    • Backside of houselogics
    • Realtor Magazine www.REALTORMAG.com
    • Member Benefits Program
      • Hundreds of free or deeply discounted NAR products and services including:
        • Research publications
        • Education tools
        • Online training
        • Technology services
        • Association and Board resources
        • Commercial products and services
  • 12. How can I Get Involved?
    • Grassroots Action
      • You can make a major difference
      • Getting involved is easy
      • You won’t be put on the spot
      • www.realtoractioncenter.com
    • NAR Committees and Work Groups
      • Complete your Expertise Profile on NRDS
      • Submit a Recommendation
      • Go to REALTOR®.org and Click on “NAR Governance” for more information
  • 13. Got Questions? REALTOR.ORG
  • 14. Questions and Comments?