(Updated March 2013)
This Field Guide provides quick links to essential information on NAR's 2013 Code of Ethics and Professional Standards Policy. Find out about the mandatory Code of Ethics training, Professional Standards Administrator training, and applying the Code of Ethics in real life. For a comprehensive listing of ethics and professional standards resources available from NAR, visit the Professional Standards/Code of Ethics page on Realtor.org. (A. Siudzinski, Senior Library Information Specialist)
Code of Ethics Information
2013 Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice, (National Association of REALTORS®, 2013).
2013 Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice Pamphlet, (National Association of REALTORS®, 2013).
2013 Professionalism in Real Estate Practice Booklet, (National Association of REALTORS®, 2013).
2013 Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual, (National Association of REALTORS®, 2013).
Code of Ethics Training
Applying the Code of Ethics
>> Visit Law & Ethics page for news and practical advice on using the Code of Ethics.Magazine's
The Ever Evolving Code, (REALTOR® Magazine, Jan. 2013).
The Code Hits 100, (REALTOR® Magazine, Nov. 2012).
Accepted offers must be disclosed, (REALTOR® Magazine, Sept. 2012).
Brokers must verify compensation terms, (REALTOR® Magazine, July 2012).
eBooks & Other Resources
The following eBooks and digital audiobooks are available to NAR members:
Being Ethical (Adobe PDF)
Business Ethics: It's the Right Thing to Do! (Adobe PDF)
Ethical Intelligence (Kindle, Adobe PDF)
Working Ethically (Adobe PDF)
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