REALTOR® Members Archive

Most Realtors® Have Relatively Few International Transactions

According to NAR’s newly released 2011 Profile of International Home Buying Activity, eight percent of Realtors® reported having 50 percent or more of their transactions with international clients. On the buyer side of the market cultural affinity with the...

REALTORS®’ Age & First-Time Home Buyers’ Age: Mind the Gap

“Buyers these days just keep getting younger and younger!”  While this is true, the most recent data from the 2011 Member Profile shows that REALTORS® are also getting older. The typical member in 1999 was a spring chicken at 52 years...

Affiliate Membership Of REALTORS®

35 percent of members have a certification. There was a large growth in the share of members who have a certification, which is attributed to the growth in members who have a Short Sale and Foreclosure certification. In 2011,...

Information On Member Websites

62 percent of members have a website. The typical member that has a website has maintained it for six years. The most popular information on members’ websites is their own property listings, information about home buying and selling, mortgage...

Real Estate Experience Of Members, By Main Function

The typical NAR member had 12 years of experience—an increase from 2010, when the typical member had 10 years of experience. Broker-owners who don’t sell typically had the most experience—28 years. The typical sales agent was the newest to...