Who is a REALTIST?
A REALTIST is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) the largest and oldest minority trade association in America or any of its local chapters.
A REALTIST is dedicated to bringing together the nation’s minority professionals in the real estate industry to promote the meaningful exchange of ideas about our business and how to best serve our clientele.
A REALTIST is dedicated to enhancing the economic improvement of its fellow members and the minority communities we serve.
A REALTIST believes in “Democracy in Housing” – the principle that all citizens have the right to equal housing opportunities, regardless of race, creed, or color.
A REALTIST believes in preserving the rights of all Americans to home ownership and is dedicated to serve the unserved and underserved by developing creative and effective methods of doing so.
A REALTIST is dedicated to deal fairly and justly with all matters of their profession.
A REALTIST is never relieved of the responsibility to observe fully the Code of Ethics.
A REALTIST is the Professional your community deserves.
A REALTIST is an active member of the local chapter of NAREB.
2/13 - Board Meeting (3:00 pm - 4:30 pm)
2/19 - All Member Meeting (3:00pm= 4:30pm) | Location: Homeowners Financial Group, St. Louis Park
2/19- All Member Happy Hour (4:30-6:00pm) | Punch Bowl
2/20- 2/23 - NAREB Mid-Winter Conference, Miama, FL
3/13- Board Meeting (9:00am- 10:30am)
3/20 - All Member Meeting (3:00 pm - 4:30 pm) | Location: PPL
3/23- Northside Housing Fair
April 2019: Fair housing month
4/10 - Board Meeting (3:00 pm - 4:30 pm)
4/7- 4/13 REALTIST Week
4/13- NAREB Homebuyer Expo
4/17 - All Member Meeting (3:00 pm - 4:30 pm)
Areas of Practice
Policy AND advocacy
On April 11, 1968, one week after the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., President Lyndon B. Johnson, signed the Fair Housing Act into Law to end or quell the civil unrest, protests and riots in many U.S. cities. NAREB national and local leaders were instrumental in pushing for and litigating to ensure the full implementation of the Fair Housing Law. The signing of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1968, which came to be known as the Fair Housing Law not only prohibited discrimination in housing on the basis of race, color, creed, and national origin, but also helped to expand business and career opportunities for Black Americans operating in the real estate industry and those interested entering the real estate profession.