International business hinges on networking with real estate professionals around the world. NAR Global provides many ways to connect!
As travel returns, consider attending international real estate conventions and trade shows, or joining a trade mission. In-person events provide vital, unparalleled opportunities to develop relationships that lead to global business.1
- REALTORS® Conference & Expo (US)
- C5 Summit (US)
- REALTOR® Quest (Canada)
- AMPI National Congress (Mexico)
- SECOVI Convention (Brazil)
- COFECI (Brazil)
- CILA Congress (Guatemala)
- Expo Inmobiliaria ACOBIR (Panama)
- MIPIM (France)
- EXPO REAL (Germany)
- Inmocionate (Spain)
- A Place in the Sun (UK)
- International Real Estate Conference (varies within Asia)
- CAREA Annual Meeting (China)
- CIREA Annual Meeting (China)
- NAR India Annual Meeting and Conference (India)
- FIABCI World Congress (varies)
- International Real Estate Congress (Jamaica)
Numerous state and local REALTOR® associations periodically host visiting groups and organize trade missions. It’s an excellent way to forge strong ties to real estate professionals in other markets.
See the list of scheduled trade missions and other global events.
NAR’s advocacy efforts may concentrate on US policymakers, but numerous issues have implications that impact global real estate practitioners, both residential and commercial. After all, the global flow of capital and people can touch any corner of the US. But attracting those flows hinges on delivering persuasive answers to questions regarding visa access, adequate and affordable housing inventory, appealing tax incentives, infrastructure considerations, and numerous other issues.
NAR en Español
To support its growing Spanish-speaking membership, NAR created a fully-Spanish sub-site within the association’s main website. You’ll find translated consumer handouts, reference books, webinar recordings, Spanish subtitles to Window to the Law videos, an international referral form, and much more.
Take advantage of these resources when working with the Spanish-speaking community of buyers, sellers, and other real estate professionals.
1 Be sure to verify and comply with any travel requirements for the destination country.