Use the link below to access the online New Member Orientation Course on the Code of Ethics developed by the National Association of REALTORS®. This course meets all learning objectives and criteria for the New Member Code of Ethics Orientation Policy (Policy Statement 47, NAR Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual).
All member boards of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® offer mediation as a service to their REALTOR® members. The National Association has developed the attached training materials to assist boards in meeting this requirement.
Ethics mediation is a process that may be adopted at the discretion of boards and associations.
The purpose of this document is to provide brokers with a template that may be used when developing a social media policy for the broker’s
The following is intended to help non-lawyers understand some of the most common provisions found in contracts. These provisions should not be inserted or modified for use in contracts without the advice of an attorney.
The document details the four hearing officer options which may be adopted locally to supplement the hearing procedures established in the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual of the National Association of REALTORS®.
This document details the four hearing officer options which may be adopted locally to supplement the arbitration hearing procedures established in the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual of the National Association of REALTORS®.
Following are the specific articles and sections of the National Association's Bylaws which support Recommendation #1. Following that are the Procedures for Consideration of Alleged Violations of Article IV, Section 2 of the National Association's Bylaws.
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Selecting the right word to convey an idea or image is an intricate part of preparing any article for publication. Not only must the nature and knowledge of the audience be taken into consideration, but often there are space or other restrictions which affect choices. However, these decisions are never more important than when dealing with articles to or about real estate professionals and when deciding whether the term REALTOR® should be used in a particular context.