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ABR® Hall of Fame

The ABR® Hall of Fame recognizes and celebrates the achievements of Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) designees who have demonstrated outstanding service, skill, and professionalism in serving the needs of buyers.

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QUALIFICATIONS

To be considered for the ABR® Hall of Fame, nominees should exemplify the following:

  • A proven commitment to the advancement of buyer representation and its practice.
  • Exceptional buyer representation skills based on training, competency, and experience.
  • Active participation in ABR® designation activities, other professional associations, and community organizations.
  • Nominees must be current ABR® designees and members of NAR in good standing.

NOMINATION PROCESS

  • Submit a nomination by clicking the button below. All nominations are due by July 31, 2024.

RECOGNITION

Each inductee to the ABR® Hall of Fame receives:

  • Presentation of their Hall of Fame credentials at the ABR®, GREEN, and SRES® Networking and Awards Reception at NAR NXT, The REALTOR® Experience
  • Extensive press coverage in:
    • REALTOR® Magazine
    • RISMedia's Real Estate Magazine
    • Today's Buyer's Rep 
    • TBR HotSheet
  • Peer recognition
  • ABR® website prominence

2022 ABR®, SRES®, and Green Networking & Awards Reception

The ABR® Hall of Fame inductees holding their awards and posing for a group photo at NAR NXT

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Why I earned my ABR®

  • I can easily find and speak to someone who works in a certain area by using the buyer’s rep directory on ABR.realtor.

    Christina Lameirao, ABR®, CIPS, RSPS
    Sarasota/Bradenton, FL
    Christina Lameirao, ABR designee

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