About REBAC

The Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council (REBAC) focuses on buyer representation. While it is now a broadly-accepted, mainstream business model in real estate circles, it’s sometimes easy to forget that it wasn’t always so—and how quickly the shift occurred. Within the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), buyer representation officially took hold in November 1996, when NAR acquired the then-independent REBAC, giving full support to a trend that has continued to gain momentum. 

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Why I earned my ABR®

  • The designation gives me an incredible amount of credibility with buyers. It is recognized as one of the top credentials.

    Dee Davey, ABR®, CRS, GRI, SRES®, SFR®
    Mansfield, Arlington, Burleson, and Grand Prairie TX
    Dee Davey, ABR designee

Member News

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