Resale Council Forum - How to help your clients deal with the pain of repeatedly losing out.
New Homes Council presents - Anatomy of a Home with Jeff Ainslie of The Ainslie Group
The Hampton Roads REALTORS® Association (HRRA) is the largest REALTOR® trade association in Southeastern Virginia with more than 4,500 REALTOR® and 800 Affiliate members. HRRA is governed by a 19-member board of directors. As a member of the association, individuals are also members of both the Virginia REALTORS® (VAR),the largest of all trade associations in the state, and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR),the largest trade association in the country with over 1.4 million members.
HRRA has a rich 135-year history, providing its members with value and relevance through leveraging the 5 billion dollar REALTOR® brand, legislative advocacy, industry specific training, superior education through the Alpha College of Real Estate, providing local market data, industry news, recognition programs, and networking.
There is a difference...
Not all real estate agents are REALTORS®. The term “REALTOR®” is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is an active member of the National Association of REALTORS®.
REALTORS® are real estate experts in their communities, who abide by the National Association of REALSTORS® Code of Ethics and fight for real estate dreams and property rights.
Hampton Roads REALTORS® Media
|Eleven times per year, the Hampton Roads REALTOR® magazine is emailed to about 5,000 real estate agents, brokers, sales managers, Affiliates, and government friends of HRRA.
Quarterly, HRRA members receive a print edition of the best articles along with their free Coastal Virginia magazine.
HRRA members receive a weekly e-newsletter. If you aren’t receiving it, contact email@example.com.
|The HRRA Foundation is a separately incorporated 501 (c) 3 charitable non-profit. Its mission is driven by 4 pillars of community commitment:
Educating members and the public about fair housing
Working towards alleviating homelessness
Advocating for affordable housing
Improving the quality of life in Hampton Roads’ neighborhoods through community service and financial support
Your contributions have funded multiple Habitat for Humanity builds and community projects, such as the Living River Trust and Red Cross blood drives. Visit our Foundation page to learn more.