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NAR Partners with Morgan Stanley to Deliver Financial Wellness and Planning Resources to Realtors®

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WASHINGTON (October 16, 2020) – The National Association of Realtors®, together with global financial services firm Morgan Stanley, announced today that it is offering investment guidance and other financial wellness resources to America’s 1.4 million Realtors®. NAR’s 2019 Financial Planning Report found that just 52% of Realtors® actively save for retirement, while nine out of 10 NAR members reported difficulty saving for a rainy day. This newly available financial planning and investment guidance – offered through NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Financial Wellness -– will be uniquely designed to fit the needs of Realtors® at every age and career level.

“Through everything we’ve faced as a nation in 2020, Realtors® have been steadfast and resilient, and our industry has led the nation in its progress toward economic recovery,” said NAR President Vince Malta, broker at Malta & Co., Inc., in San Francisco, CA. “But while we work tirelessly on our clients’ behalf each day, it is also critical for every Realtor ® to take steps to secure their own financial future. “

Through its alliance with Morgan Stanley at Work, NAR members will have access to financial guidance and planning concepts. These tools will address Realtors®’ unique financial needs and offer the

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