NAR Promotes New CEO

Current Senior Vice President Bob Goldberg succeeds Dale Stinton, who is retiring after having served as CEO for 12 years.

Bob Goldberg
Bob Goldberg

The National Association of Realtors named Bob Goldberg as its new CEO. Goldberg will succeed Dale Stinton, who is retiring after 36 years at NAR, 12 of which he served as CEO. Goldberg has been with NAR since 1995 and will be the 12th CEO for the association, which was founded in 1908. 

Current Responsibilities 

Goldberg is currently the senior vice president of Sales & Marketing, Business Development & Strategic Investments, Professional Development and Conventions. He is responsible for brand and strategic marketing and association non-dues revenue, as well as overseeing the largest employee base, with 69 division personnel. 

In addition to his NAR roles, Goldberg is the senior vice president of administration for Realtor University, overseeing graduate school staff, day-to-day operations of the research center, curriculum development and budgets. He is also the president & CEO of the Realtors Information Network, a for-profit and wholly owned subsidiary responsible for overseeing the realtor.com operating agreement with Move Inc.

“Bob’s vision, business acumen and unique ability to successfully leverage NAR’s technology investments will ensure Realtors® remain at the center of the real estate transaction,” said 2017 NAR President William Brown, in prepared remarks. “With extensive knowledge of the association and real estate industry, Bob brings with him a strong track record for future-based thinking and enacting change, which is why the NAR leadership team is extremely confident in his ability to lead the association and membership to continued future success.”

Image courtesy of the National Association of Realtors