As the most esteemed group of land real estate professionals in the industry, the REALTORS® Land Institute offers unmatched networking opportunities and camaraderie through courses, the annual National Land Conference, and local Chapters. Gain the connections needed to excel in the ever evolving landscape of the land real estate industry.
As the industry’s leading land real estate organization, the REALTORS® Land Institute, “The Voice of Land,” provides the education, tools, advice and networking opportunities that are the foundation for all land real estate professionals to become the best in the business. RLI continually strives to maintain its status as the association for a global network of land real estate professionals through providing members with the tools and benefits they need to build their business and exceed.
What Our Members Say About Us
“The knowledge gained through this program has allowed me to confidently support clients and agents as Managing Broker of Mason Morse Ranch Company. I am honored to have earned the Accredited Land Consultant designation by the REALTORS® Land Institute. The ALC designation is a trusted symbol of experience and education as a land consultant to share with clients and peers.”
“As real estate appraiser, the ability to network with other ALCs is invaluable to our business at Appraisal South, Inc. The information these contacts supply and the experience they have in determining what factors are pertinent to a property’s value is always typically superior to our other land information sources. ALCs, due to their experience and training, understand land value.”
“You know what I love about our RLI Family? I received emails from members asking if I have taken my ALC exam and if I’ve started my portfolio yet. They truly are great supporters. I look forward to devoting many more years to this organization and selling land.”
“The knowledge and contacts gained during the pursuit of my ALC designation have already been of tremendous benefit. If you’re serious about the land business, you should make attaining the ALC designation a first priority.”