At Home With Diversity

At Home With Diversity (AHWD) is an NAR certification program designed to present a picture of the changing face of the real estate industry. Since 1998, the At Home With Diversity program has prepared over 20,000 REALTORS® to work effectively with and within today’s increasingly diverse pool of homebuyers.

The At Home with Diversity course is a 6 to 7-hour class that can be taken online or in person and addresses the topics of diversity, fair housing and business planning development. After successfully completing the course, REALTORS® are eligible to apply for the official AHWD certification, which conveys to clients they’re working with a dynamic real estate professional with expertise that transcends cultural barriers.

About the Course

The At Home With Diversity Course teaches REALTORS® how to:

  • Assess and understand attributes of diversity in local markets and their impact on the real estate industry
  • Understand basic competencies to earn the confidence of potential buyers and sellers, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, handicaps, familial status, or national origin
  • Build a business plan that minimizes risk and successfully services all types of clients

Additional Course Benefits

  • Eligibility for the AHWD certification
  • Continuing Education credit potential (depending on your state)
  • Elective credit toward the ABR, GRI (depending on your state), CIPS, CRS, and PMN designations

Take the Course

Apply for the AHWD Certification

AHWD application requirements:

AHWD Certification Benefits

  • At Home With Diversity Certification certificate of achievement
  • Updated education records on nar.realtor and NRDS directory listings
  • Official At Home With Diversity Certification pin
  • Congratulatory letter from the National Association of REALTORS®
  • Exclusive access to At Home With Diversity marketing tools and resources
  • Networking and referral opportunities in the official At Home With Diversity Certification Holders Facebook group

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