Quick Answer: Should The Word Realtor 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.”

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 realtor capitalized AP style?

The Associated Press Stylebook capitalizes “Realtor,” but recommends using “real estate agent” instead unless “there is a reason to indicate that the individual is a member” of the association.

How do you do the realtor symbol?

Type ™, which will automatically correct it to make the ™ symbol. Hold down the left ALT key while typing 0153 on the numeric section of your keyboard. Release ALT and see the symbol in your browser field. Use the INSERT tab and find the symbol.

Can you call yourself a realtor?

Realtor Designation Basics. The term Realtor is a federally registered trademark that applies specifically to real estate professionals who are active members of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). Real estate agents who are not active NAR members cannot call themselves Realtors.