During the month of April 2023, NAR hosted the following events to commemorate Fair Housing Month and the 55th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act:

At What Price? Overcoming Barriers to Homeownership

A Fair Housing Month Event featuring NAR’s 2023 Fair Housing Champions

April 25, 2023

Watch the recording below

In April NAR commemorated the 55th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act. In this event, expert speakers addressed ongoing barriers to homeownership, and we celebrated the 2023 Fair Housing Champion Award winners, who are overcoming these obstacles in their businesses and communities.


  • Emily Badger, New York Times
  • Nora Guerra, Freddie Mac
  • Charles Lowery, National Housing Conference
  • Dana Wade, Former FHA Commissioner

NAR NXT UP! Fair Housing – Beyond the Transaction

April 26, 2023

Watch the recording at narnxt.realtor/nxt-up/ (under "Past Sessions and Playback")

Discover how your fellow REALTORS® are sharing fair housing knowledge and advancing equitable homeownership opportunities through association and community leadership, plus learn how you can take steps to do the same. During this interactive conversation, panelists from across the country explored how the lingering effects of history are still impacting the industry today and highlighted what state and local associations are doing to establish best practices, raise awareness, and provide guidance and support.   


Level Up: The Real Story from REALTORS®

NAR’s new video series that elevates the conversation around the issues relevant to you and what you do. Hear how your peers are putting real estate programs into practice and making an impact in their communities and businesses. Watch the two-part video series below.

Level Up: Fair Housing Part 1

April 20, 2023
NAR thought leaders discuss Fair Housing today, and take a closer look at how you can take action and help make unfair housing history.

Level Up: Fair Housing Part 2

April 26, 2023
NAR thought leaders have a candid conversation about the history and current issues with appraisals and housing discrimination.