The program provides course work leading to continuing education credit, certificates and professional designations.
- Annual Conventions and Mid-Winter Conference
- Legislative Programs
University of Real Estate
NAREB's educational program includes a series of workshops and seminars focusing on current housing trends and legislation. Along with representatives of NAREB's ten division of affiliates, and national housing officials are on hand to share expertise in specialized fields such as Syndication, Franchising, Salesmanship, Property Management, Home ownership Education Counseling Effective Office Management and Commercial-Industrial real Estate.
Through it's two (2) major Affiliates, NAREB has been instrumental in promoting the participation of women and new entrants to a profession in the real estate industry. These Affiliates offer networking and membership development opportunities through: The mission is to evaluate the standards of women in the real estate industry by encouraging leadership, education and the exchange of information through group learning technique; and to provide the opportunity for woman to increase their knowledge and expertise on all facets of the real estate professional.
- The Women Council membership allows its participants to enjoy being on the cutting edge, advocating fair housing economic equality, educational training and social dignity. Members are encouraged to become premier leaders in their respective communities, with the reassurance that collective voices can achieve greater accomplishments, splendor, recognition, and unmatched results.
- The Woman's council: (1) offers educational programs and seminars that focus on relative issues that help women to grow in the field of real estate. (2) Involves itself in key legislation that effects the real estate industry through our parent organization (NAREB). (3) Provides key advice on how to enter real estate fields that specialized designations. (4) Develops affiliations with other woman organizations that share our philosophy in housing. (5) Promotes real estate as a profession though it's mentorship and apprenticeship to high school seiners and college students. (6) Promotes homeownership through various Homebuyer programs.