The National Association of Realtors just announced it is launching a new top-level web domain. Real estate professionals, brokers, and firms will be able to market themselves and their properties using these new “.realestate” web addresses.
Members of NAR will have first access to the “.realestate” domains. NAR members who already have a “.realtor” domain are eligible for the presale starting September 18th. The general public will have access to “.realestate” domains in late November.
- NAR announced it is launching a new top-level web domain: “.realestate”
- NAR members will get first access to the presale starting September 18th
- The “.realestate” domain leverages a descriptive and internationally known term to help professionals market themselves and their properties
The National Association of REALTORS® has announced it will be launching a new top-level internet domain, .realestate, later this year. The new domain will be available to members of NAR starting in September, and then offered to the general public in late November.
Real estate professionals and firms will be able to market properties, geographic areas, and their personal brands using the .realestate web address. NAR members who already have an active .realtor domain will be eligible to participate in a presale of the .realestate domain on Sept. 18.
The .realtor domain is available only to NAR members and affiliated REALTOR® organizations and businesses. However, the .realestate top-level domain will be made available to the general public in November, following the presale, NAR says.
“NAR is thrilled to launch our second top-level domain, .realestate, to help real estate professionals and businesses better connect with home buyers, sellers, investors, and owners, and remain essential to every real estate transaction,” says NAR President Elizabeth Mendenhall. “Making use of this pioneering technology will help them to market themselves and their listings, services, or resources in new and creative ways.”
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