All Past Issues

Historical issues archive from the official magazine of the National Association of REALTORS®: the business tool for real estate professionals.

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Winter 2024

See how “First-time Buyer,” brings home your essential value in the homebuying process.


Fall 2023

Get inspired by the 2023 winners' stories in this issue of REALTOR® Magazine.

Summer 2023

With the American dream of homeownership at stake, REALTORS® and allied pros are taking bold actions to bring down supply and affordability barriers.

Spring 2023

Meet REALTORS® who are selling more homes by expanding opportunities for people who never dreamed they could buy.

Winter 2023

It’s winter (brr!), so why not cozy up with REALTOR® Magazine? You might just find something that’ll help you take your business to the next level.


Fall 2022

This quarter: Strategies for making sales in a slowing market, tips for keeping your customer list clean, important legal decisions, and more.

Summer 2022

Hear from real estate pros who are who are incorporating sustainability into their lives and businesses.

Spring 2022

From fresh ideas to fun facts, there's something for everyone in our Spring 2022 list issue. More than 190 tips in all!

Winter 2022

Learn why NAR President Leslie Rouda Smith is putting sustainability among her top priorities and why 2022 has NAR’s chief economist quoting Dickens.


Fall 2021

Explore the amazing impact REALTORS® are having around the country.

July - August 2021

Inventory has been low for five years and the pandemic made things worse. How is the industry dealing with it?

May - June 2021

Meet the 2021 Class of 30 Under 30. This high-performing group of young leaders showed resilience amid chaotic market conditions, and are thriving.

March - April 2021

REALTORS® are playing a vital role in community efforts today to acknowledge and repair the harm caused by discriminatory housing policy of the past.

January - February 2021

Meet Charlie Oppler, the 2021 NAR President, who draws on his passion for community as he builds an ambitious, compassion-filled agenda.


November - December 2020

Bringing relief to the vulnerable in their communities is what the Good Neighbors do, providing hope during these most difficult times.

September - October 2020

Tips, ideas, and data points to spur your productivity and keep you and your clients safe in the world we're in now.

July - August 2020

Our 30 Under 30 honorees for 2020 aren't retreating in the face of a pandemic: How they're setting and attaining ambitious goals.

May - June 2020

Adjusting to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate pros have displayed resiliency, creativity, and drive. 

March - April 2020

Learn about ways to help clients get rid of stuff and how to streamline your own business practices. Plus: Big ideas on home affordability.

January - February 2020

Decision making in support of 1.4 million REALTORS® should happen "at the speed of business," says 2020 NAR President Vince Malta.


November - December 2019

The 2019 Good Neighbor Award winners use their immense talents for the good of their communities. Learn about these REALTORS® and their causes.

September - October 2019

Real estate pros may be unaware of critical legal aspects concerning the use of listing photos, including who owns the images.

July - August 2019

The population is growing but there aren't enough affordable homes to keep pace. Learn how real estate pros are finding solutions.

March - April 2019

The launch of qualified opportunity zones provides investors with significant tax benefits


November - December 2018

Through the Good Neighbor Awards, we recognize and support the works of five winners and five honorable mentions each year.

September - October 2018

Technology has freed up time and space for you to grow your business. Are you taking advantage of the opportunities?


January - February 2017

Learn how to comfort clients and look forward to a great year in commercial real estate with 2017 NAR President William E. Brown.