The term REALTOR®, whether used as part of a domain name or in some other fashion, must refer to a member or a member’s firm.
The term REALTOR® may not be used with descriptive words or phrases.
For example, Number1realtor.com, numberone-realtor.com, chicagorealtors.org or realtorproperties.com are all incorrect.
Can I use Realty in my domain name?
You can use the word realty in your business name and in your website domain name. You cannot however, use the word “Realtor®” or “Realtors®” or “Realtor-Associates®” (unless they apply to you and your company) as those marks are registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
How do I choose a domain name for my real estate agent?
Choosing an Effective Domain Name for Your Real Estate Website
- Keep it short. Name recall is the key since you want people to remember your domain name easily.
- Use a different name other than your own.
- Choose a descriptive name that identifies your target market.
- Lock down your primary domain name and its alternatives.
- Buy commonly misspelled domains.
Can I use the word Realtor in my logo?
No, the REALTOR® marks cannot be included in the legal or DBA name of any firm. Members are authorized to use the REALTOR® marks in conjunction with the legal name of their real estate business (i.e., real estate brokerage) in advertising, signage, etc. 5.
Is the word Realtor copyrighted?
The term REALTOR® is not only a trademark owned by NAR and protected by federal law, it’s a valuable membership benefit that distinguishes members from other real estate licensees.
What is a good domain name for real estate?
Best Domain Names for Real Estate Agents
- FORSALE domain. The “For Sale” domain name is such a great option for individual homes.
- CONDOS domain. Maybe we’re a bit partial to this, since Hover is based in a city of seemingly never-ending condominium construction.
- HOMES domain.
- REALESTATE domain.
How do you pick a real estate name?
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