Being seen by buyers and sellers just got a whole lot easier.

The all-new agent profile page on realtor.com® lets you easily manage and shape your online presence. Once you claim your free Agent Profile, it will be automatically included in the realtor.com® Find a REALTOR® directory, boosting your visibility and referral potential. Plus, your all-new profile will now be easier to find on Google when people are actively searching for an agent. Your all-new agent profile lets your connections share their experiences working with you directly on your profile – building a showcase of your accomplishments, expertise, and professionalism together in the same space that your listings are shown. Positive recommendations from your personal network are a powerful means of generating business.

Included in your all-new agent profile:
  • Your profile and background photo
  • “About Me” romance paragraph
  • Your specializations
  • Areas you serve
  • REALTOR® “R” Logo
  • Years you’ve been in business
  • Languages spoken (pulled from NRDS)
  • Listing metrics (pulled from MLS)
  • Interactive map of your listing activity
  • Currently listings (pulled from MLS)
  • Recent Showings (pulled from MLS)
  • Imported recommendations from LinkedIn®
  • Imported recommendations from RealSatisfied 
  • Add videos and photos to recommendations
  • Designations and certifications (pulled from NRDS)
  • Social networking links (Facebook, LinkedIn®, Twitter) Email lead generation (Ask a Question button)
  • Your public Facebook posts 
  • Blog posts from your own website
  • Link to your personal website

Claim your Agent Profile now and get going! It’s free and it’s waiting for you.

Claim your profile in 3 easy steps:

  • Visit: www.realtor.com/realestateagents/ and search for yourself
  • Once you find your profile, click on “View full profile”
  • Click on “Claim My Profile” and sign into the Control Panel

(Along with a self-selected password, you will need to know your MLS and MLS identifier in order to complete the sign-up process.)