Quick Answer: Can I Use The Word Realty In My Business 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 name my real estate business?

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Can I put realtor on my business card?

On business cards can I list REALTOR®/Broker? Yes. However, please note that the REALTOR® marks should not be used in conjunction with a description of any other occupation or vocation of the Member, even if the other occupation or vocation is part of or related to the Member’s real estate business.

The marks should be separated from the name of the member or the member’s company name with appropriate punctuation, such as a slash, dash, or comma. Members may continue to use the REALTOR® marks for as long as they remain association members in good standing.

Is real estate trademarked?

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 are good company names?

Here are some examples of interesting company names and the backstories behind them.

  • Google. The name started as a joke about the amount of information the search engine could search, or a googol of information.
  • Hotmail.
  • Volkswagen.
  • 4. Yahoo.
  • Asus.
  • Cisco.
  • Canon.
  • Coca-Cola.

How do I name my small business?

Here are 12 helpful suggestions on how to come up with a winning name for your business:

  1. Avoid hard-to-spell names.
  2. Don’t pick a name that could be limiting as your business grows.
  3. Conduct a thorough Internet search.
  4. Get the .com domain name.
  5. Use a name that conveys some meaning.
  6. Conduct a trademark search.