Resources to Use in Your New Member Orientation

Reference the following resources in your new member orientation:

REALTOR® Trademark

As one of the strongest and most recognized brands in the world, be sure to communicate to new members the importance of the REALTOR® brand and how to use it properly to ensure maximum value with the public. It is a key differentiator since only members are authorized to use the term “REALTOR®” or the REALTOR® logo in connection with their real estate business. To protect it, we need to ensure that “REALTOR®” continues to mean a member of NAR and not just any real estate agent. To easily communicate this issue, the 3-minute Make Our Marks Remarkable video and the On Your Mark brochure (Item #126-181) is available for purchase at the REALTOR® Store.

www.nar.realtor/trademark | www.nar.realtor/store

Code of Ethics Training and Orientation

All REALTOR® Associations are required to offer 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training for applicants and existing REALTOR® members. At orientation, individuals will review the Code, training requirements and set expectations. Plus, materials are available for purchase to help communicate the value of this training to your membership. Two online ethics training courses make completion easy by offering CE credit in several states or a customizable, interactive, non-CE training option. You can also purchase physical copies of all of the latest code of ethics items for your members or download all of the items for free from the REALTOR® Store, here.

www.nar.realtor/code-of-ethics/ | https://store.realtor/coe

2020 NAR Membership Guide at the REALTOR® Store

Save 10% on REALTOR® Store purchases, including 50-packs of the 2020 NAR Membership Guide and other resources to assist with your orientations.

store.realtor/resource

Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®)

Kick off your next new member orientation meeting by watching this video. New REALTORS® will find out how to activate their RPR accounts, how to get started and how it can help them “wow” their clients and close more deals. In addition, you’ll find an article on the “10 Ways to Get The Most Out of RPR.” AEs should also be sure to check out the RPR® New Member Association/MLS Tool Kit, which has links and a collection of resources for self-paced learning and agent onboarding.This handy resource will help you demonstrate the value of membership, and give you tips and techniques that can strengthen every aspect of a new members’ business-building efforts.

blog.narrpr.com/new-member | rpr.me/toolkit

Leverage Your NAR Transaction Management Benefit

Associations can make their forms available to their members through Transactions (zipForm Edition). By doing so, this will provide a streamlined solution to your members who will have one place to access your Association’s forms while taking advantage of the NAR benefits described above.

Email enterpriseteam@lwolf.com for assistance in completing a licensing agreement.

realtor.com® New Agent Success Tools

Engage with the latest tools and training specific to newly licensed REALTORS®. Includes tips for setting up your realtor.com® profile, downloads and classes focused on making your first year in real estate successful; and professional development opportunities.

hub.realtor.com/newagent

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Coronavirus

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