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Your REALTOR® Party Action Plan

We hope that over the last six weeks you have learned what the REALTOR® Party is - what it does - and how critical it is for REALTORS® to come together and speak with one voice, And, we hope, more than ever, you understand the need for REALTORS® to work together to VOTE, ACT and INVEST. The last week's infographic is your action plan to support the goals and mission of the REALTOR® Party. Download it. Print it. Share it.

Your REALTOR® Party Action Plan

What is the REALTOR Party?


Use our REALTOR® Party Action Plan and follow the checklist of what we ask of each member of the REALTOR® Party. It's simple and takes so little time -- just a commitment on your part to do each of the following:

  • First, VOTE. Make sure you register to vote. Be informed about the issues. And cast your vote for supporters of real estate.
  • Second, ACT. Know the issues, get involved, and, most importantly, respond promptly to Calls for Action. REALTORS® are strongest when we speak with one voice.
  • Third, INVEST. Invest in RPAC each year, even if it’s just a little, every contribution helps. Attend local RPAC events—show your support. Recruit others to invest in RPAC. Tell a colleague how important it is to invest.


Your REALTOR® Party Leadership

 REALTOR® Party Action Plan

"I’m Kenny Parcell, your NAR 2013 REALTOR® Party Member Mobilization Liaison. I want to talk about concrete action steps you can take today as a member of the REALTOR® Party.

The National Association of REALTORS® is made up of more than one million members who vote, act and invest. Together, we form the REALTOR® Party.

By voting, acting and investing, we protect our businesses; we protect the dream of homeownership; and we promote REALTORS® as community leaders."

Kenny Parcell, 2013 Member Mobilization Liaison

REALTOR® Party Resources

REALTOR Party Awareness Flyer

Tell Us What You Think!

We’d love your feedback! Share your thoughts and ideas about the REALTOR® Party Awareness Campaign materials and the videos from NAR Leadership. REALTORS® we want to know your thoughts. We also want to hear more about how you have used or shared the materials. If you are a broker, did you share them in your meetings with agents? If you are an association, did you share them at your member meetings or newsletters?

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Submitted by Mark Steve
at: April 4, 2014

Why isn't anything done to protect the professional from being a cut throat 25k a year crapy profession. Pharmacist will only graduate so many to protect their profession and create a demand for them, and a 130k salary, real benefits, health, vac holidays and 401- work more than the crummy Realtor 25k in of itself. I've done well, but I see all others around me suffer!! 

Submitted by Concernrd Realtor
at: March 14, 2013