REALTORS® completing C2EX can differentiate themselves in the community and optimize opportunities to best serve clients and position themselves as a leader in the community! The endorsement empowers REALTORS® to evaluate, enhance and showcase their highest levels of professionalism. It's not a course, class or designation-it's an Endorsement that REALTORS® can promote when serving clients and other REALTORS®.
The platform generates a customized learning path and recommends experiences and resources to enhance your individual skillset.Get started on your journey today by logging in to www.C2EX.realtor and taking any one of the 11 self-assessments to measure proficiency in 10 aspects of professionalism (11 for brokers), ranging from customer service to use of technology.
NVR has signed up for the NAR C2EX Challenge. C2EX is the endorsement aimed at helping REALTORS® improve their professionalism and be better at their jobs. This competition for state and local associations inspires REALTORS® to earn their C2EX Endorsement, to raise the level of professionalism in the industry, increase their marketability, and grow their business.
October's contest was the final monthly drawing with the winner receiving a $100 gift card. Soon, all NVR members who complete C2EX will be entered into a drawing in early November for the grand prize of $500. Congratulations are in order for REALTOR Spencer Walden, of EXP Realty in Las Vegas, who is the October winner, Click here to learn more about C2EX and start your challenge.
Nevada REALTORS® will hold its annual membership meeting on Friday, December 9, 2022, starting at 9 a.m. The meeting will be held just prior to NVR's regularly scheduled December BOD meeting at the M Resort in Henderson.
All Nevada REALTORS® members are invited to attend the meeting and ask questions of the association's executive team. Additionally, members are always invited and encouraged to educate themselves on NVR by contacting our office. You can contact NVR at Info@NVRealtors.org at any time, and your message will be forwarded to the appropriate person.
Nevada REALTORS has opened registration to join 2023 President Tom Blanchard as well as NVR Officers & Directors at the 2023 Installation Dinner and NVRPAC Auction* (*for members only). Click here to learn more and register for the event. The registration deadline is Nov. 28. If you have questions, please contact Stephanie@NVRealtors.org. The event is scheduled for Dec. 9 at the M Resort in Henderson.
The Nevada REALTORS® Political Action Committee (NV RPAC) Trustees are now accepting applications for individuals interested in serving as trustees. Trustees are responsible for determining which candidates running for the Legislature or statewide offices in Nevada support private property rights and for allocating PSF investments to those candidates. New terms will begin Jan. 1, 2023; the terms for these positions will be three years. Applications must be filled out and returned to NV REALTORS® no later than Friday, Nov. 11, 2022. Applicants must be available for interviews. Any questions regarding the application or for more information contact Nevada REALTORS® Lilli Walker via email or call 775.829.5911. Applicants must meet minimum qualifications to apply for an open NV RPAC trustee position. The Trustees must:
be a member of the Nevada REALTORS® (NVR);
be a registered voter in Nevada;
have served in one or more of the following positions in the past four years:
local association political affairs committee or equivalent; or local PAC orequivalent; or NV REALTORS® RPAC, REALTORS® of Nevada Protection Fund (RNPF) committee or Legislative committee.
NAR Federal Political Coordinator
served on a governmental affairs related committee of the National Association of REALTORS®
For Trustee Application and eligibility, click here.
How divisive public discourse is affecting business relationships — and what you can do about it
Savvy real estate practitioners have long been careful to avoid mixing political talk with business, but in today’s world, deep ideological divides and rampant rhetoric from all sides are putting many on edge and sometimes blurring professional lines. No matter where you go—on social media or in the real world—polarizing commentary is making it trickier to assess how to navigate your communications with clients and colleagues, even when you’re not the one getting political.
Given that real estate is a relationship business at its core, the professional advice to simply stick to the nuts and bolts of helping buyers and sellers with transactions may not always cut it. Click here to read the full article from REALTOR Magazine.