Brokerage Management Resources

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Brokerage Management Resources

A real estate broker is a person who has taken education beyond the agent level as required by state laws and has passed a broker’s license exam. Brokers can work alone or they can hire agents to work for them.

Manage Your Office

Real estate agents must join a brokerage in order to be a Realtor® member. Brokerages range in size, from agent-owned, single, small, medium and big-brand broker offices - it's all about finding the best fit for you!

By logging in at and clicking on "View Broker Portal,” brokers can track if their agents' dues have been paid and track which agents are members of NVAR. Brokers can also use NVAR's Office Policy Manual template to meet the broker requirement set by DPOR. For your next sales meeting, add NVAR to the agenda to speak about market data, professional standards, government & public affairs, communications & technology or education!


Broker to Broker

REALTOR® Magazine’s Broker to Broker Network offers videos and profiles of successful brokers, and tips on how to deal with difficult situations, such as firing an agent or incorporating new technology that will boost agent productivity and more effectively run your business. For peer-to-peer advice on social media, join NAR’s closed Facebook group exclusively for brokerage leaders.

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Check out our Brokerage Management Service Providers:

Commission Express


The Rotonda Condo Assoc

Disclaimer: Inclusion of a service provider on this site is not an endorsement, guarantee or warranty as to the quality, cost and/or timeliness of the services to be provided. You are advised to independently investigate all options for service providers.