Introduction to Single Sign-on on

Introduction to Single Sign-on on

Jan 13, 2017
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Starting January 17, you’ll see a new way to log in to This new log in experience is the beginning of a single sign-on process that will eventually be used for all NAR-owned web properties, including the new NAR Member Center, your personalized window into your NAR membership. NAR single sign-on employs the most secure method of authentication available today. It’s part of our commitment to provide world-class service to REALTORS®. 


NAR has launched Single Sign-On to allow members to use the same username and password across NAR’s various websites. This video will cover signing in, retrieving a forgotten username or password, and registering as a new user.

If you are already registered at, you will continue to use the same username and password. Click on the Sign In/Register link found in the upper right hand corner of Enter your username and password, and hit enter to sign in. You’ll know you’re signed in when My Account appears in the upper right hand corner.

If you are already registered at, you have the option of linking your login information to your Facebook, Twitter, or Linked in Account. The benefit to linking to your social media account is that your login information is saved by the social media so you don’t have to remember your login information in the future. Instead, you can just click on the social media icon to log in.

If you are already registered at, however have forgotten your username or password, click on the Forgot username or password? Link

You can retrieve both usernames and passwords. Click the plus symbols to expand the options. For example, clicking the plus symbol next to Retrieve your username reveals two ways to look up your username: a combination of your NRDS ID and Last name, or a combination of your email and last name.

If you do not know your NRDS ID, use the Find your NRDS ID link to retrieve it. You can look up your NRDS ID by entering your last name and the email address in your NRDS profile, or by entering your last name and your real estate license number.

Successful username retrieval will be confirmed on the screen. Look to your email for your username. If you forgot your password, click the plus symbol next to Reset your password.

Your will reset your password after obtaining a Password Reset Code.  Obtain a password reset code by entering your username, or a combination of your NRDS ID and last name, or a combination of your email and last name

Successful request for a password reset code will be confirmed on the screen. Look to your email for the reset code.

Enter the reset code that was emailed to you, and enter a new password in the new password and confirm password fields, then click submit.

Successful password reset will be confirmed on the screen

If you have never registered your NRDS ID at, then you will have to register. Click on Register, then enter your NRDS ID and last name. If you do not know your NRDS ID, use the Find your NRDS ID link to retrieve it.

Create a username, password, and set 3 security questions with answers. The dialogue box will tell you if you are not meeting the username or password requirements.

The next screen will list your NRDS profile information. If any of the information is inaccurate, contact your local association directly to correct it.

Please answer the two questions regarding your business, then agree to the terms and conditions and click Register.

An email will be sent to the email address listed in your NRDS profile. If the email address is incorrect, you will have to wait until it is corrected by your local association in order to receive the Registration Verification Code to complete the registration process. Enter the code from the email and click confirm.

Thank you and if you have further questions please contact NAR Member Support.

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