How your expertise can help the real estate industry
03/21/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
You have great insight into what the real estate industry needs. Now’s your chance to bring those ideas to the national level by serving on one of the National Association of REALTORS®’ 100+ committees.
NAR is accepting committee applications for 2017 through May 23. To start, log in at realtor.org/committeeapplication, where you’ll follow these steps.
- Describe your credentials. First, complete an Expertise Profile with info about your professional focus, any local or state committee experience, and the ways you’re willing to participate.
- Choose a committee … or five. Complete up to five committee applications to indicate where you’re willing to serve.
- Ask for recommendations. Ask up to five colleagues per application to endorse you. You’ll receive a unique link to share with each person.
- Get back to work. The application site closes May 23, and committee assignments will be announced in the fall.
Visit realtor.org/committeeapplication to get started.
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