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2018 GMNBR Voting Ballot
2018 Director Candidate's Bios
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Code of Ethics (New Members)
Affiliates (Member Benefits)
New Hampshire REALTORS' Courses
Center for REALTOR Development
Code of Ethics Training
NH Real Estate Commission
National Association of REALTORS®
NH Association of REALTORS®
New Agent Success Kit (REALTOR.COM)
Why Use a REALTOR?
New Hampshire Information
Community Service Opportunities
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2017 Scholarship Application
Meet the Staff
The purpose of GMNBR is to connect members to resources required to serve consumers and their communities in a professional and ethical manner; and advocate on behalf of real estate practitioners. As a local association, GMNBR will work in partnership with the New Hampshire REALTORS and National Association of REALTORS.
The Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORS® (GMNBR) is a real estate association located in Bedford, NH, and is the largest of fourteen REALTOR® association boards in the Granite State. We have over 1,300 REALTOR® members working with buyers & sellers in sixteen cities and towns in Southern NH.
The term “REALTOR
" is a registered trademark that identifies a real estate professional and member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
(NAR). Representing over 1.2 million members, NAR is the largest trade association in the world, and is established as "The Voice for Real Estate.”
More than just a different name separates a REALTOR
from an agent who simply holds a real estate license. A REALTOR
is a time-honored symbol of knowledge, trust, and experience. A REALTOR
exemplifies true professionalism and promises to treat all clients honestly. Every REALTOR
agrees to abide by NAR’s strict Code of Ethics, which is based on professionalism and consumer protection. All REALTORS
are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the real estate process, to conduct their real estate business in accordance with the Code of Ethics, and will always be held accountable by their local association, such as GMNBR. Founded in 1908, NAR currently has more than 1,400 local associations and boards, and 54 state and territory associations.
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