NAR's Push to Create More Broker-Focused Initiatives

REALTOR® Magazine to Boost Broker Content

Based in part on REALTOR® Magazine’s Young Professionals Network program, the magazine is rolling out a new Broker-to-Broker initiative at its website—articles and resources aimed directly at brokerage owners and managers. In addition to a timely content stream—which state and local associations may reprint or post on their social media channels—Broker to Broker will offer timeless ideas for sales meetings and profiles of successful brokers. Eventually, the program will become a new communications and networking channel for brokers, says content manager Erica Christoffer. For a sneak peek at Broker to Broker, visit

Broker Idea Counsel Forum

Invite your broker members to attend NAR’s second Idea Exchange Council for Brokers taking place Nov. 7 during the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in New Orleans. This new think-tank meeting for brokers debuted at the May REALTOR® Party Conference & Expo. The forum is designed to facilitate broad-based sharing of ideas by brokers of all company sizes on the many universal real estate issues and management challenges that they face on a daily basis.

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