Question: Can You Use The Word Realtor In Your Email Address?

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The REALTOR® marks can be used on the internet and in marketing.

In usernames, email addresses, and domain names, the REALTOR® marks do not need to be separated from a member’s name or real estate business name with punctuation, as they do elsewhere.

Can you have realtor in your domain name?

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.

Does the word realtor need to be capitalized?

The stylebook says Realtor is supposed to be capitalized. “Realtor: The term real estate agent is preferred. Use Realtor only if there is a reason to indicate that the individual is a member of the National Association of Realtors.”

How do you get the R after a realtor?

Including the registered symbol to can easily be done using the “computer code” for the appropriate symbol. When in the field where you wish to enter the symbol, simply hold down the Alt key on your keyboard and type the numbers 0174 using the number pad.

How do you add a realtor symbol?

Hold down the “Alt” key and type 0174 using the number pad on the right of the keyboard, if using a Windows-based computer. When you release the “Alt” key, the symbol appears. How can I do it on Android? Tap in a text entry field to bring up the onscreen keyboard.

Can I use the word Realtor 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.

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Why is realtor in all caps?

The short answer to the question is REALTOR® is a registered trademark so yes, I have to put it in all caps. Technically speaking, it is pronounced as it is written and not the “Realator” that we often hear. A lot of agents get upset about pronunciation, but honestly, I don’t care how you pronounce it.

What does R in a circle mean?

It stands for “registered” meaning that the trade mark is registered in the appropriate Patent Office. The entrepreneur who obtained the Certificate of Registration may or may not place nearby of its trademark the letter R in the circle. It stands for a “trademark”.

How do you make an AR with a circle around it?

Registered Trademark Symbol

  • Type (r) and the automatic correction function creates the symbol.
  • Hold down the left ALT key while typing 0174 on the numeric section (usually on the right side) of your keyboard.
  • As you write your document, one of the tabs along top of your screen is the INSERT tab.

How do you use the word Realtor?

The term REALTOR® should never be used to denote an occupation or business. Do not combine words like “your,” “my,” “our” or any descriptive words or phrases between your name and the membership mark. JaneDoeMyRealtor.com and YourChicagoRealtorJohnDoe.com are all examples of improper use.

What should a realtor put on their business card?

Remember, contact information is the primary function of your card, make it big, bold and visible. Your website URL, email address, and cell phone are the most important pieces of information on your business card. Beyond that, only put what is absolutely necessary.

Is 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.

Is there a difference between a real estate agent and a Realtor?

To summarize a real estate agent vs Realtor, a real estate agent is a real estate professional with a valid license. Agents help people buy and sell both commercial and residential properties. Essentially, the difference between real estate agent and Realtor comes down to professional certifications.

What year was the term Realtor trademarked?

Correct Answer: 1950

The collective marks — REALTORS® and REALTOR® — were registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Sept. 13, 1949, and Jan. 10, 1950, respectively. Webster’s Dictionary officially acknowledged the term “REALTOR®” as a trademark of NAR in its 1969 edition.