LAST CHANCE: Code of Ethics
December 29 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
This is the last chance in 2021 to join Instructor Kim Stotesbury for “When No One is Watching,” a 4 hour CE elective that will meet NAR’s Code of Ethics Requirements.
The National Association of REALTORS® developed the NAR Code of Ethics in 1913 because it realized that real estate licensees handle the largest financial transaction a typical consumer will ever participate in. The guidelines for ethical behavior are practical and easy to implement, yet still seem to be ignored on a routine basis. This leads us to the basic question of “what type of real estate professional do you want to be?” This 4-hour program is dedicated to exploring real life case studies and helping brokers align their business processes to adhere to a Code of Conduct that benefits not only the real estate professional but protects the public at large.
NAR’s Code of Ethics Training deadline is December 31, 2021. Failure to complete training during any cycle will lead to suspension of membership for the January and February immediately following the cycle deadline, with termination of membership starting March 1 after the cycle deadline. Agents are responsible for submitting their COE Certificate of Completion to the CCAR Office in order for records to be updated.