Managers & Owners

Next-level essentials to confidently build your business.

In the ever-changing Puget Sound market, your bottom line is our bottom line. Seattle King County REALTORS® advocates for the interests of brokerages like yours so you stay profitable and grow. If your brokers aren’t REALTORS®, they’re missing out on a comprehensive suite of essentials to build their businesses—and yours.

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Benefits


Education
Our educational offerings are second to none, providing innovative techniques to allow your brokers to focus on selling more, and selling better. We offer over 100 engaging classes a year, at a significant discount to members, many of which culminate in professional certifications.


Advocacy
Seattle King County REALTORS® stands up and speaks out for the rights of homeowners and the livelihood of REALTORS®, making home ownership more accessible and affordable. Our recent advocacy successes include fending off an increase in state taxes on real estate agent commissions, proposing county policies to increase housing inventory and shaping local regulations that make new home construction less expensive.

For this success to continue, it’s critical your brokers join us. Seattle King County REALTORS® is your best partner to increase your team’s productivity and help you meet client demands from presentation to close. Remind your team today how easy it is to become a member, and why REALTORS® sell more homes.

1,000,000

REALTOR® members in a network across the country

$30,300+

was raised for our Scholarship Foundation in 2015

Latest News

15Feb

Shoreline expands housing options

On February 13th the Shoreline City Council unanimously passed a package of code amendments, which included Unit Lot Development (ULD). ULD... Read more
09Feb

REALTORS® brave snow, hear briefing on County issues

King County Council member Reagan Dunn addressed over 30 members of the Association’s Government Affairs Committee on February 7. The... Read more
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