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NAR votes to raise annual membership fee by $10

An image from the NAR That’s Who We R campaign.

Inman | Andrea V. Brambila

The 1.5 million members of the National Association of Realtors will see a $10 increase in their yearly bill
from the trade group next year for its consumer advertising campaign.

The trade group’s special assessment for the ad campaign started as $15 in 1999, went to $20 in 2002,
$30 in 2007 and $35 in 2009, remaining unchanged since then.

At NAR’s midyear conference, the Realtors Legislative Meetings, Friday morning, the trade group’s board
of directors approved a 29 percent increase to the assessment, to $45, starting in 2023. The board also
extended the campaign for another five years, through 2027, rather than the usual three-year renewal.

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