This is a directory of tutorials, archival footage, guides to information resources, and other videos from NAR’s Member Support, which includes the Virtual Contact Center, and the NAR Library & Archives.
New Member Orientation Video — This video introduces new members to Member Support (formerly Information Services), their first point of contact for "all things NAR."
Research & Statistics on nar.realtor — Key resources, from both NAR and elsewhere, for real estate research and practice.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook — Find out ways REALTORS® can use information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook.
NAHB's Construction Statistics — Discover how Member Support finds and uses the valuable data on new homes from the National Association of Home Builders.
NAR's Library Catalog: Overview & Account Setup — Learn how to use NAR's new library catalog system and customize your own account.
NAR's Library Catalog: Basic & Advanced Searching — Techniques for finding and borrowing material from the NAR Library.
Sam Thorpe's Gavel, The Titanic, & The Code of Ethics — What's the connection between three Winnipeg REALTORS®' unfortunate voyage on The Titanic and the evolution of NAR's Code of Ethics? This Member Support video update solves the mystery with a visit to the NAR Archives.
Portrait of a Local Association: The CEO — What do local associations do for their members? Member Support visited the Cape Cod & Islands Association of REALTORS® to get some in-depth answers.
100 Years in Celebration of the American Dream — Traces the evolution of real estate and home ownership since colonial times, and explores NAR's role in expanding home ownership opportunities to everyone.
The Broker's Office in the Year 2000 — With its talking cars, silver jumpsuits, and lasers, this video from the NAR Library & Archives offers a humorous view of the real estate office of the future.
President Eisenhower Address to NAR — In January 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower commended REALTORS® for their efforts in strengthening the economy and urged them to help build what he termed "the mightiest force there is in the United States: an informed public opinion."