Can I use the word Realtor on my business card?
On business cards can I list REALTOR®/Broker? Yes. However, please note that the REALTOR® marks should not be used in conjunction with a description of any other occupation or vocation of the Member, even if the other occupation or vocation is part of or related to the Member’s real estate business.
Should I put my photo on my real estate business card?
The arguments for using a photo on a real estate business card equal the number against. … Other agents feel that the photo is important, but not so much that it should take up the more valuable “real estate” of the tiny business card. These agents put their photo on the back.
Why do realtors put their faces on signs?
Some agents have pictures of themselves on their cards — and on their lawn signs, and all over their websites, too. Some agents will say that their face is their brand. Others will say that their face belongs in marketing materials because people will recognize them and know who they are.
What item on a business card is generally the most prominent?
Usually the most prominent text element of a business card is the company name and contact name. The name of the business can either be written out in text form or can be displayed prominently in the logo.
Can I call myself a realtor?
The term Realtor is a federally registered trademark that applies specifically to real estate professionals who are active members of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). Real estate agents who are not active NAR members cannot call themselves Realtors.
How do you get the realtor R symbol?
LOCATING THE TRADEMARK SYMBOL ON YOUR DEVICES:
To get the trademark ® symbol on your computer, use Alt+0174 on PCs, Option+R on Macs, or type “(r)” and hit Enter.