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.
Get info on accreditation, innovation grants, forming a structure, community outreach solutions, & share graphics for local REALTOR® associations.
A quarterly publication for commercial practitioners, members of the National Association of REALTORS® and commercial real estate industry leaders.
NAR's collection of real estate topics and information regarding commercial and investment properties.
NAR honors the associations who have earned the Commercial Services Accreditation. NAR’s Commercial Services Accreditation assists associations in developing commercial services, engaging members and building brand perception within community. The program, consisting of benchmarks centered on services, was first pioneered in 2008 in collaboration with NAR’s commercial boards & structures.
This short video reviews the basics about NAR Insurance Program coverage and benefits.
Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2022 National Commercial Awards! Get insights from the Q3 Metro Market Report, & join NAR at MIPIM & more!
Access to CompStak Exchange as a new member benefit, new commercial magazines, and more.
Two founders discuss transforming their frustrations into impactful solutions for commercial brokers and their clients.
Atlanta broker Michael Bull's long-running podcast serves both his business and helps other brokers and agents improve theirs.
Brokers say the THC industry could benefit from state and federal government TLC.
Commercial real estate information services provider CommercialCafe ranked cities with the most potential to attract Generation Z job seekers.
Congress can, and should, pass a tax incentive to encourage the conversion of commercial buildings to residential units.
Twenty-four associations are recognized with new accreditation.