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NAR's Commitment to Excellence Program Wins 2 Brandon Hall Group Awards

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CHICAGO (September 14, 2020) – The Realtors® Commitment to Excellence, a program developed by the National Association of Realtors® to empower its 1.4 million members to evaluate, enhance and showcase their high levels of professionalism, has earned international recognition with the receipt of two Brandon Hall Group Awards in the “Excellence in Learning” category. Through its C2EX program, NAR awards endorsements to Realtors® demonstrating knowledge and competency in 10 core areas of professionalism, including client service, professional reputation, real estate law, the Realtor®Code of Ethics and data privacy, among others.

“Since the C2EX program was launched in 2018, it has made a significant impact on our industry by helping members build professionalism, increase business and gain a competitive edge in their field,” said NAR President Vince Malta, broker at Malta & Co., Inc., in San Francisco, CA. “Through a unique program designed around an individual’s unique skillset, C2EX helps ensure our members are providing the best possible service to clients and to each other. We’re proud of this recognition from the Brandon Hall Group and proud of each Realtor® who makes the commitment to distinguish themselves in their community.”

Launched in November 2018, over 60,000 Realtors® are currently enrolled in the C2EX

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