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Membership: The Value Proposition

What is value? At Maryland REALTORS®, we think of this every day when it comes to our members. Maryland REALTORS® exists to support and champion our members and specialties by focusing on Connections, Advocacy, Resources, and Expertise. We call this the Value Proposition, and it's how we bring value to your membership.

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Our member-directed association supports over 32,000 REALTORS® across the state. We aim to provide access to tools, resources, and opportunities for our members to uphold the highest level of professional standards as a REALTOR® and support their clients.

 

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April 28th, 2023 Graduates. The mission of the Leadership Academy is to build strong leaders for tomorrow who are committed to ensuring that our industry and communities are prepared for the challenges that lie ahead. The Leadership Academy is also a personal development program that will benefit you in all aspects of your life.

Featured Articles

Searching for Certainty in an Uncertain World

Searching for Certainty in an Uncertain World

There’s no doubt that we all feel headwinds upon us as we enter 2024. With the Burnett verdict, high interest rates, and an ongoing inventory crisis that makes homeownership a challenge for many Marylanders, it may lead some to feel a bit of trepidation coming into the New Year.

A Free State Housing Market Overview

A Free State Housing Market Overview

Surging interest rates over the past 18 months have made the current economic environment challenging for many stakeholders, including those situated within Maryland’s housing industry.

Is 2024 the Year of Housing? What to look for in our next legislative session.

Is 2024 the Year of Housing? What to look for in our next legislative session.

While we have been sounding the alarm on what was once an 82,000-unit shortage that first grew to 120,000 units, and now to just shy of 150,000 units, the General Assembly has been tackling legislation on everything but that issue.