Chicago REALTOR® Networks
The Chicago Association of REALTORS® offers many special interest groups and networks to help you find like-minded professionals to connect with. Check out our list below!
These groups are also a great way to get involved with the association. Applications for committees, work groups and more can be found here.
CommercialForum (CF) is the commercial division of the Chicago Association of REALTORS® and, with nearly 4,000 members, Chicago’s largest commercial real estate community. Get access to legislative influence, education & professional development, tools & resources and networking opportunities.
Diversity Committee (The 77)
Named after Chicago’s 77 unique neighborhoods, our diversity committee – affectionately known as The 77 – tackles topics like Fair Housing and economic development, and engages with local chambers of commerce and quasi-governmental bodies (i.e. TIF Boards).
Global Real Estate Council
Through education and networking activities, information sharing and involvement with select global real estate organizations, the Global Real Estate Council fosters strong relations with local organizations representing diverse ethnic and cultural communities in Chicagoland.
Property Management Forum
The purpose of the Property Management Forum is to provide an open setting for speakers, member involvement and information sharing related to property management and leasing matters. We have a variety of property management resources, training and guides.
Sustainability Work Group
The Sustainability Work Group provides industry-leading education, networking and resources on sustainability and “green” real estate practices to help establish Chicago REALTORS® as a ‘go-to’ resource for the Chicagoland community.
Young Professionals Network
The Young Professionals Network (YPN) is a growing group of career-minded real estate professionals who want to stay abreast of the latest tools, resources and networking opportunities available to them as REALTORS®.
Meet Our Industry Partners
CAR partners with the local chapters of other real estate associations, in order to enhance opportunities for professional development, networking and advocacy efforts for our mutual members.