Guides, Publications, and Information

Protect Your Investment
Help homeowners who are struggling to meet their loan obligations by sharing Protect Your Investment. This brochure encourages homeowners to work with REALTORS® and housing counselors and offers guidance on options provided by lenders.  The brochure is available in English and Spanish.

Financial Readiness
NAR encourages associations to work with providers of financial education along with partners such as schools and community organizations to support evidence-based and age appropriate activities.

Homelessness Resources
A collection of resources and information to assist associations with their efforts to prevent and reduce homelessness.

Ambassadors for Cites: Affordable City Living
A PDF publication featuring examples of public/private partnerships between REALTORS® and cities.

Employer-Assisted Housing Guide
The guide provides a roadmap for your association to plan and implement an EAH initiative to help increase affordable housing opportunities for working families in your community.

Establishing a Charitable Foundation
A field guide providing information on tax and legal issues related to foundations, fundraising ideas, useful websites and more.

Inclusionary Zoning
A field guide providing background information on inclusionary zoning, case studies, considerations in developing inclusionary zoning and more.

Housing Opportunity Toolkit
A collection of resources and information for both individual REALTORS® and REALTOR® Associations.

Workforce Housing Forum Guide
The Workforce Housing Forum Guide: A Strategy for Outreach and Advocacy outlines how to plan and conduct a workforce housing forum to identify and develop strategies to address a community’s workforce housing needs.

Research and Surveys

Housing Pulse Surveys
The Housing Pulse Survey is a telephone survey of between 1,000 to 2,000 adults, nationwide is designed to assist NAR in gaining information on consumers’ attitudes and concerns about housing opportunities.


Questions? Contact Wendy Penn at 202-383-7504.