The New Hampshire Association of REALTOR® Honor Society has been in successful operation since 1980. It is overseen by an Honor Society Working Group of Board Vice Presidents as appointed by the NHAR President and chaired by the NHAR President-Elect.
The primary purpose of the New Hampshire REALTOR® Honor Society is to encourage board participation among members in order that they might be better educated, active members to serve their customers/clients and in return bring credit to themselves and the real estate industry. The program is designed for both the newer REALTOR® as well as those who have held NHAR membership for a number of years – it is intended to recognize those members who seek education and participate in REALTOR® functions and civic activities.
First year members of the Honor Society will be awarded a REALTOR® Honor Society pin, as well as a certificate. A certificate recognizing membership in the Honor Society will be presented in June of each year thereafter at Local Board meetings.
- Must obtain 150 points
- Must include Local Board points, i.e., attendance, board activity, or education.
- Must attend at least 1 Local Board
- General Membership meeting to qualify.
- Due to Local Board by March 15th.
To maintain membership in the REALTOR® Honor Society, members must re-qualify each year. A member may miss one year without losing his/her status. The Honor Society is designed to keep NHAR members active and involved, along with giving them recognition for their participation.
REALTORS® who maintain their Honor Society membership for 15 years will be recognized as lifetime members with a distinctive pin.
The qualification period is Jan. 1 through Dec. 31 of each year.