What Do Realtors Do All Day, Every Day?

Do you know what Realtors do all day, every day? They help people with real estate. But, Realtors are so much more than salespeople who help buyers and sellers. According to a recent article by the National Association of Realtors, “Realtors are everyday working Americans who champion wealth building through homeownership and property rights while advocating for their communities.” I couldn’t agree more. As Realtors, we lead, we advise, we contribute, we support, and we protect. Check out this breakdown provided by NAR to learn more about the value of a Realtor:

Lead as Entrepreneurs

Most Realtors are small business owners — 65% of who are women — who exemplify the entrepreneurial spirit of this country.

Advise as Experts & Stewards

REALTORS® help people navigate financial, legal and community aspects of selling or buying a home in what are the most complex and consequential transactions most will ever make.

Contribute to Local Economy

Every home sale generates more than $100,000 in local economic activity, and every two home sales support one American job.

Support Communities

As engaged neighbors, REALTORS® are committed to enhancing the communities they serve through significant philanthropy work and by advocating for fair housing for all.

Build Wealth

REALTORS® help people achieve homeownership, the best and most accessible way for American families to build generational wealth.

Protect Consumers

Every REALTOR® is bound by a strict code of ethics based on professionalism, consumer protection, and the golden rule of do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Bottom line, Realtors are consumer advocates. We lead as entrepreneurs, small business owners, experts and philanthropists to protect consumers, build generational wealth and contribute to local and national economies.  Yes, we help people with real estate, but we do so much more. All day, every day.

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