Commercial Real Estate is everywhere: your local coffee shop, industrial park, downtown main street, and even the office where you work. NAR has a broad array of resources to help you provide the best service to your clients, and to be the best in your field. From education to advocacy efforts, from networking to property data – NAR works to help you be more profitable, while protecting the commercial real estate industry.
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With real estate sales still slow in many parts of the country, you can bet consumers are scrutinizing deals like never before. So if your internal policies and record keeping were a bit loose during the go-go market, it’s time you took steps to protect your brokerage. Make sure your written procedures lay out the key dos and don’ts that associates need to follow.