Commercial professionals like you have access to a number of business tools and organizations that support your success as part of your NAR membership.
NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program partner, Xceligent® is a leading provider of verified commercial real estate information across the U.S., including a comprehensive inventory of commercial properties, buildings available for lease/sale, tenant information, sales comps, historical trends on lease rates and occupancy, and more.
This commercial real estate property marketing platform, operated by Xceligent®, provides national exposure for listings for FREE. Members can upload listings individually - or your local association, MLS or CIE can provide a data feed of listings. Currently, CommercialSearch features over 400,000 listings.
REALTORS® Property Resource (RPR)
This free member benefit uses aggregated data from multiple sources to provide historical and current property views, nationwide property searches, market comparisons, advanced map search and customized user reports. Visit the site for more information including live training and event schedules, on-demand video, and online courses offering CE credit.
realtor.com® has an expanding base of international commercial property listings, in addition to residential listings. Nearly 900,000 consumers from non-U.S. destinations currently visit realtor.com® each month. A great resource for your clients looking for investment property in other countries.
NAR REach® Technology Accelerator Program Companies
REach® is NAR’s technology accelerator, bringing commercial practitioners the tools and products of tomorrow, today. A new class of companies are chosen each year, which brings access to cutting edge new business applications along with a unique opportunity to interact with and shape these businesses by participating in the Insight Panel.
CIE and C/I MLS Comparison
The National Association of REALTORS® has established two types of Commercial property services: the Commercial Information Exchange and the Commercial/Industrial MLS. While both are designed for the orderly correlation and dissemination of listing information so that participants may better serve their clients and the public, there are distinct differences between them. NAR has compiled a summary that highlights their similarities and differences.