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Make a Difference with NAR’s Broker Involvement Program

Make a Difference with NAR’s Broker Involvement Program

It’s common sense that a REALTOR® is more likely to open an e-mail from his broker than from Texas Association of REALTORS® or the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). The Broker Involvement Program combines the expertise and simplicity of the Call for Action program with direct contact to REALTORS® from their brokers or designated REALTORS®.

Here’s How It Works
When a call for action comes from the National Association of REALTORS®, and soon from the Texas Association of REALTORS®, the first CFA message comes from NAR as usual. If a REALTOR® has not taken action on the CFA after a designated amount of time, a second CFA message is sent to that REALTOR®, but this time it comes from the REALTOR®’s broker or designated REALTOR®. Through the program, NAR discovered that when brokers alert their agents to key issues, agents pay attention and take action.

As a broker, participation in the Broker Involvement Program is easy. Simply enroll your company into the Broker Involvement Program and NAR staff will verify your information and obtain your company logo. When there is a federal call for action, NAR will alert you by phone and e-mail. Your personal e-mail message and the CFA, prepared by NAR, will be available for your review at the Broker Portal. NAR always gives you the choice to participate in a broker call for action.

The program has been proven to work. In a recent call for action issued by NAR, one in four REALTORS® who took action were under brokers enrolled in the Broker Involvement Program. If you are a broker or designated REALTOR®, please sign up for the program today. If you are not a broker, please talk to your broker about the importance and ease of participation.

More than 300 brokers in Texas are currently enrolled. To strengthen member grassroots participating in the calls for action, NAR President Vicki Cox Golder has set a major goal for the Broker Involvement Program: 500,000 agents and 6,000 brokers in the program by the end of 2010. The goal is BIG and the need is BIG. Each state has been given a goal and Texas is currently at only 47 percent of its goal.

Sales agents, take this page and discuss it with your broker. Brokers please sign up.


 

HAR would like to recognize the following offices for their involvement in the NAR Broker Involvement Program. Is your office listed below? If not, sign up today at www.realtoractioncenter.com/realtors/brokers/enrollment.

Angelia M. Hunt, Package Realty Corp. – Angie Hunt
ARG Real Estate, LLC. – Rick Guerrero
Ayers & Associates, REALTORS® – Diana Ayers
Bayou City Lights Properties – Bridget Crowley
Beggs & Associates Realty – Kimberly Beggs
Bohdan Koval – Bohdan Koval
Century 21 Premier Gold – Dory Gordon
Century 21 Real Estate Plus – Donna Peiser
Champions Real Estate Group – Ignacio Osorio
Cindy Wingo REALTORS®, Inc. – Cindy Wingo
Dixson Realty Services – Kiki Dixson
ERA Bogany Properties – Shad Bogany
ERA Stephens Properties – George Stephens
EXIT Hill Country Realty – Jeani Richie
First Group – John Eckstrum & Mario Arriaga
George Johnson Development – George Johnson
Greenwood King PropertieS – Julie Greenwood
HatmakerGroup.com GMAC Real Estate – Michelle Hatmaker
Heritage Texas Properties – Robin King Mueck
Holtzapple / Neal Properties – Ray Holtzapple
Hutson Real Estate – Loyce Hutson
Keller Williams Realty – Judy Hopkins
Keller Williams Realty Greater Northwest – Ann Walker
Keller Williams Realty – Pearland – Donnie Jones
Lois Malone Realty – Lois Malone
Marilyn Arendt Properties – Marilyn Arendt
Max Realty Group – Max Burns
NAI Fidelis – Lee Wheeler
Nichols & Associates Real Estate – Leslie Nichols
Prudential Gary Greene, REALTORS® – Mary Starr, Richard Voorhies, Stacy Mathews, Mark Woodroof
RE/MAX Bay Area – Cindi Robison
RE/MAX Integrity – Esther Cordova
RE/MAX on the Brazos – Julius Zatopek III
RE/MAX Memorial Town & Country – Keith Burrhus
RE/MAX Realty Center – Gayla Skates
RE/MAX Space Center – Karen Little
RE/MAX The Woodlands & Spring – Vicki Fullerton
Realty Kings Properties – Patrick King
Rita Young, REALTORS® – Rita Young
Stroman Realty – Wayne Stroman
Terra Residential Services, Inc. – Michael Mengden
Texas Realty – David Minter Dunn
Texas United Brokers – Pamela Miller
The Best Location Realty – Joyce Nelsen
Tri-R Realty Group – Lillie Painia
U/Save Realty & Mortgage Company – Danny Ross
URHome Real Estate – Dianne Moore
Veronica Mullenix Real Estate Group – Veronica Mullenix
Victory Properties, Inc. – Gwen Cothran
Wayland Hancock Properties – Bill Jones
Wayne Stone Properties – Wayne Stone
Weichert REALTORS® – Jim Weichert
Zindler Realty – Chris Schilling

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