Question: Is Realtor Capitalized AP Style?

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.”

When should real estate be capitalized?

If an entity is under the $25 million gross receipts threshold, only costs directly associated with the production of real property are required to be capitalized. Other costs such as interest, real estate taxes and insurance may be expensed as incurred and not capitalized in the basis of the real property.

Are job titles capitalized?

To summarize the capitalization of job titles, you capitalize the job title when it comes immediately before the name, in a formal context or in direct address. It is not generally capitalized if it comes after the person’s name, or if there is a “the” before it.

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 Web capitalized AP style?

Yes, the word Internet should be capitalized whenever it is used since it is a proper noun. Since 2016, the AP stylebook now recommends lowercasing “internet” and “web.” Whenever you refer to the Internet as a proper noun (ie you are referring to the World Wide Web), then Internet should be capitalized.