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  • In the United States, "Realtor" is the name given to a "Real Estate Agent" who holds an active membership with the National Association of Realtors. Additionally, if a "Real Estate Agent" is a member of a local real estate board or a real estate firm that is associated to the National Association of Realtors, then he/she can also use the "Realtor" designation.
  • Realtor is the name given to a "Real Estate Agent" who holds active membership with the National Association of Realtors. If a "Real Estate Agent" is a member of a local real estate board or a real estate firm that is associated to the National Association of Realtors, then he can also use the "Realtor" as post.
  • Agents work for the company!
  • probably not much
  • A real estate agent is a professional who has passed the required real estate classes and licensing exams in the state where he intends to work. This is the starting point for most real estate professionals, and the agent title is the most encompassing. A realtor is a real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of Realtors. Realtors must abide by the association
  • IDK but I do know the poet Delmore Schwartz's father was a realtor. His son said my father was in the realty business and I am in the reality business ie him being a poet Uncertain of exact quote. But the context is correct.

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