Agents need to find the discrimination and exclusive institutions in the industry and start dismantling them one at a time. It's time to rebuild them to be inclusive and anti-racist. If not now — when?
Agents have to work to protect people from discriminatory practices and educate other professionals on the laws we have in place. So, here's what you need to know about discrimination in the industry — plus the fair housing laws that prohibit it
At the National Association of Realtors' first-ever Virtual Realtors Legislative Meetings, attendees discuss navigating waiting rooms, breakout rooms and gallery views for ethics and arbitration hearings. Nonetheless, the exercise has been hailed as a success
As Realtors, adhering to a "lofty ideal of moral conduct" is of critical importance, especially during times like this. Here are a few things you can do to make good on that promise
How does the code of ethics inform the way that you approach your marketing strategies and platforms?
Let’s go beyond looking at laws and start building an awareness of what fair housing means in human terms
The National Association of Realtors' board of directors approved a slew of new policies Monday, including rules that require agents complete ethics training less frequently
The trade organization is mulling a policy change that would require its 1.3 million members to complete code of ethics training every 3 years instead of every 2 years
There seems to be a lot of misinformation floating around about the rules surrounding negotiating commission and the Code of Ethics. I reached out to NAR to clear it up
The nation's largest real estate trade group is hoping to further distinguish Realtors from agents and with a collaborator of Drake, Jay-Z, Justin Bieber and Rihanna
Zillow's Premier Broker Flex Pricing previously required brokers to share all client names, addresses and phone numbers, even those secured outside of Zillow
The National Association of Realtors’ board approved 5 new policies designed to improve public trust in the profession
Policy changes adopted by the board of the National Association of Realtors remain voluntary and still don't publish the names or photos of ethics violators to the public