Government and industry data indicates that two out of every three households in the United States are being formed by foreign-born or minority residents. At Home with Diversity course sponsors know it's good business for all real estate professionals to develop the skills necessary to reach and serve these growing markets.
In-classroom At Home With Diversity courses are held by licensed AHWD course sponsors or authorized co-sponsors. AHWD sponsors coordinate all elements of hosting a course, including scheduling, hiring an instructor, course promotion, registration, administration, procuring CE credit (if applicable), and providing student information and royalty payment to NAR for each course held.
Become a Sponsor
AHWD course sponsors are comprised of REALTOR® Board or Associations, proprietary schools, and real estate franchises. Sponsors may hold an unlimited amount of AHWD courses and scheduling a course is free of charge. A $30 per student course royalty fee is due to NAR after each course held. The available course sponsorship options are outlined below.
REBAC Licensed Sponsorship
At Home With Diversity is one of 30 courses included in the REBAC course license agreement. REBAC’s annual license fee is $2,500 for the first year and $1,000 thereafter. More information on how to become a REBAC licensed sponsor may be found at Training 4 RE.
AHWD Licensed Sponsorship
At Home With Diversity licensed sponsorship is valid only for AHWD courses, and attained by submitting a AHWD sponsorship agreement to firstname.lastname@example.org and paying a $150 license fee once every two years.
An organization without a course license of their own can host At Home With Diversity with a current REBAC/AHWD licensed co-sponsor.
Due to copyright restrictions, only active AHWD course sponsors are permitted to access At AHWD course materials such as manuals, presentations, and tests. AHWD materials are distributed to sponsors in electronic format and updated once every two years. Sponsors will be notified of any material changes as they’re made and are responsible for providing the current versions of the materials to the instructor for each course held.