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Becoming Recognized as a YPN

How to be Recognized as a YPN

1. Send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

2. Your e-mail should contain an attached Word document with the following information.

  • Association Name:
  • Main contact:
  • Address:
  • E-mail (to be listed on NAR's YPN Web site):
  • Main phone number (for publication on NAR's YPN Web site):
  • Number of members participating in your network:

Names, Company Name, Phone Numbers, E-Mail Address, and NRDS number (Preferably in Excel):

At the present time, the list of members you submit will not receive any other future mailings from NCYPN. Once it has been established that there are no other Networks in your market area and accuracy of the application has been ensured, NCYPN will and send your application to NAR on your behalf. Once NAR approves your Network you will receive a congratulatory email and additional information.

In order to receive correspondence from NAR and invitations to their events, members of the network must sign up on NAR's YPN Web site (www.realtor.org/ypn and click on "Join the YPN Network!").

3. Please list any leaders (and their titles, based on how you would like it to appear on NAR's YPN Web site for your group):


DISCLAIMER: These guidelines are a work-in-progress and can be updated and changed at any time.


NAR 30 Under 30

Every May/June, REALTOR® Magazine features 30 rising young stars in the real estate industry. In determining who makes the 30 Under 30 list, REALTOR® Magazine staff looks for candidates who are successful in the real estate business and have demonstrated skill, success, creativity, and leadership in their careers.

Any REALTOR® member of the National Association of REALTORS® who is 29 years old or younger on the application deadline date, and who has not been profiled as a previous "30 Under 30" honoree is eligible to apply.

Several factors are considered—business success is just one. Community and professional leadership also are important factors. NAR strives for balance: They want to ensure that they have a diverse group of finalists in terms of business niches, gender, ethnic background, and geographic location.

Do You Have What it Takes? Click HERE for more information!