Background, history, organizational standards criteria, and certification procedures.
Here you can access the meeting minutes and reports from various AEC committees and workgroups.
Boards and associations may deliver the New Member Code of Ethics Orientation in a variety of formats.
Membership Qualification Criteria for REALTOR® and REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® Applicants That are Non-principals
Applicants for REALTOR® membership who are other than sole proprietors, partners, corporate officers or branch office managers of a real estate firm; or applicants for REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® membership may be required to supply satisfactory evidence that they have the following.
Applicants for REALTOR® Membership who are sole proprietors, partners, corporate officers, or branch office managers in a real estate firm may be required to supply satisfactory evidence that they have:
1. A VALID REAL ESTATE LICENSE (AND ARE ACTIVELY ENGAGED IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS AND ITS RECOGNIZED BRANCHES)
The NAR Membership Qualification Criteria are the most rigorous qualifications which may be required by an Association of REALTORS® in the consideration of an applicant for REALTOR® or REALTOR-ASSOCIATE® membership.
Statements of membership policy related to implementation of Board of Choice and other matters.
Supporting forms, materials and informaiton for implementing a local dispute resolution system (DRS) for buyers and sellers
Information related to the many aspects of membership policy and procedures for boards/associations, including: how policies are created, purpose and functions of local and state associations, the three-way agreement, Board of Choice, and much more.
Arbitration is an informal hearing in front of a neutral third party or panel, the arbitrator(s), who discovers the facts of the dispute through testimony and evidence and then renders a final determination of the dispute, called an arbitration award.