The Center for REALTOR® Technology’s (CRT) goal is to serve the REALTOR® membership as an industry advocate, an implementation consultant and a technology resource.
We will also directly support the NAR Leadership Team's initiatives, technology agenda and their negotiations with potential providers to REALTOR® members.
We are an outward facing department within NAR, whose main function is to be a member resource, advancing technology adoption in the Real Estate industry technology by:
Assist in the transformation of the Real Estate Industry through NAR member adoption of advanced technology through developing a technology agenda for the NAR and its members.
Promoting the agenda of the NAR to major technology vendors, advocating their involvement and inviting their participation in the development of technology and application relevant to the membership of NAR.
Keeping the NAR abreast of technological developments relevant to the real estate industry by evaluating the latest technology tools and methodologies.
Informing NAR members about the benefits, efficiency and increased value they deliver to their clients through the understanding and use of advanced technology.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The target audience for Place Tags is the real estate agent, they would use our application to keep track of all the important places near property they plan to sell or buy. Other people may find Place Tags useful as well so the icon shouldn't
We creating a iPhone application and need an icon for it. The application is called Place Tags and allows the user to tag locations and collect information about that location.
- The icon should reflect it's focus to real estate agents
- It should fit in with CRT's color scheme.
- The icon MUST be a 57 x 57 pixel PNG
- Including scaled up versions for a splash screen on the iPhone and iPad are also needed. Keep in mind the size of both devices when doing this.
- The icon should NOT have any words in it.
Something that combines a map and house or something similar might work, as would some sort of tag graphic.