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 brochures, scripts, and monthly newsletter are full of helpful information that makes you a better agent and puts you above the crowd.

    Holly Riggins, ABR®
    Watford City, ND
    Holly Riggins, ABR designee

Member News

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    It’s not easy being a homebuyer today—or helping buyers secure the home of their dreams. But it’s easier to help buyers succeed if you understand their perspectives, preferences, and limitations.
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  • What to Know About “Buy Before You Sell" and Other Fintech Solutions Aimed at Homebuyers

    Exchanging homes—selling one and buying another—is never easy. But when real estate markets strongly favor sellers, it’s the buying side of the equation that can halt would-be sellers in their tracks.
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