Most will agree that real estate is a warm, inclusive industry, with any number of discussion forums and Facebook groups for agents to go to for advice and war stories. These online groups might also seem like an inviting place where you can vent at the end of a bad day — but agents would do well to mind that they are not crossing the line when it comes to the National Association of Realtors’ (NAR’s) Code of Ethics.
- Articles 1, 12 and 15 in NAR's Code of Ethics are the most commonly infringed by agents on social media.
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