AE Resources: New Member Orientation

2020 New Member Orientation Materials are now available.

Download (MP4: 667 MB via Dropbox)

2020 Online Orientation Toolkit

Note: We have moved to a digital format, so DVDs will no longer be included in Orientation Toolkit mailings. However, you are now able to download the orientation video, following the link below the video on this page. We suggest putting it on to a flash drive in order to bring it with you to locations with minimal internet service.

Resources Include:

  • The 2020 Orientation Video highlights key NAR benefits, with an introduction by 2020 President Vince Malta. REALTOR Benefits® Program offerings are accurate as of January 1, 2020. Program offerings are subject to change at any time. For current program offerings, visit NAR.realtor/RealtorBenefits. Also included are other videos to play during orientation. 
  • REALTOR® Pins — Each Association receives a quantity of residential (and commercial, if applicable) REALTOR® pins to provide to new members. Order additional pins at 847-991-4010 or visit NewMemberPins.realtor
  • Suggested Orientation Timeline — This PDF (187 KB) shows the suggested timeline for a full-day or half-day orientation.
  • All associations must provide for 2.5 hours of existing and new member Code of Ethics Training.
  • Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®) — Gives REALTORS® access to data, tools and reports that will help them “wow” their clients and close more deals. Every new member should be aware of this powerful website and app, which is an exclusive NAR member benefit.
  • REALTOR® Party New Member Orientation — This video and PowerPoint combo complement the existing NAR Orientation materials and focuses solely on the importance of the REALTOR® Party advocacy and outreach for members and their businesses.

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