Summer 2020: Stepping Up

Learn how REALTOR® associations are helping their members navigate the pandemic. Plus, what it takes to thrive during tumult, previous disruptions hold lessons for AEs, equipping members to end bias, REALTORS® restoring public places, and much more.

In This Issue

The purpose of Association Executives during the pandemic: support & help members to conduct business safely throughout the COVID-19 health crisis.
As part of its ACT Fair Housing Action Plan, the National Association of REALTORS® teamed with the Perception Institute to create an online workshop that helps REALTORS® understand how implicit bias may enter into business transactions.
These 13 REALTOR® AEs earned their REALTOR® association Certified Executive (RCE) designation after an extensive course of study and exam. RCE is the only designation created specifically for REALTOR® association executives. It exemplifies goal-oriented AEs with drive, experience, and commitment to professional growth.
People are talking about the long-term effect COVID-19 could have on their cities. But REALTOR® associations who serve members in urban areas have an opportunity to stake a leadership position in these discussions and bring about well-planned change that protects property rights and enhances values.
Remote work has become more common, and offers benefits to AEs & members alike. Members & leaders appreciate that virtual meetings are here to stay.
Core Standards appear to be difficult. However, when you take them apart by section, they can easily be completed during the pandemic.


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