What is the ABR® Designation

The ABR® Difference

The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation is for real estate professionals who have a passion for working with buyer-clients and want to take their excellence and service to the next level.

Elevate your skills with an ABR® designation

Elevate your skills and knowledge

Get ahead with an ABR® designation

Get ahead of industry issues and trends

Gain competitive edge with an ABR® designation

Gain a competitive edge

Why It’s Worth It

You can't count on the market—you have to count on your skills. ABR® designees have continuous access to education, industry information, marketing materials, and more. These resources can boost referrals and lead generation. 

 

 

Separate Yourself From The Pack

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Why I earned my ABR®

  • Every day, I use the skills I learned in the ABR® training.

    Marc Drabkoski, ABR®, CRS, RENE
    Cape May/Southern Atlantic Counties, NJ
    Marc Drabkoski, ABR, CRS, RENE

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