Members found in violation could receive up to $15,000 fine and termination of membership for up to three years -- but circumstances matter
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 11
Opinion
Yes, the NAR Code of Ethics is a higher standard — but it isn’t the highest standard. Here's what one broker thinks about self-policing among Realtors and the consequences of ethics violations
by Teresa Boardman Jan 28
Realtors convicted of a 'felony or crime involving moral turpitude' may be subject to discipline under membership rule
by Andrea V. Brambila Jan 22
According to the trade group, 'merely being a participant in something that appears likely to involve criminal activity does not automatically invoke' rule against hate speech
by Andrea V. Brambila Jan 14
Bidding wars, record mortgage rates and lots of Keller Williams news dominated the conversation, and Inman's headlines, in 2020
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 23
Bryan Greene, NAR's vice president of advocacy policy: 'We feel we owe a debt and that the future prosperity of our industry and the economy depend on us doing this work'
by Andrea V. Brambila Dec 11
Missives that disclose race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin, sexual orientation or gender identity are risky for buyer's agents and listing agents
by Andrea V. Brambila Nov 24
Broker and ethics hearing officer Barbara Betts detailed the ways agents misrepresent themselves and the transaction, sometimes inadvertently
by Andrea V. Brambila Nov 24
The trade organization said on Friday that the changes will 'raise the bar on the professionalism and private speech of America’s 1.4 million Realtors'
by Andrea V. Brambila Nov 13
Realtors must proactively tackle inequality in real estate, trade group leaders said Wednesday. 'Talk is cheap, and actions speak better than words,' CEO Bob Goldberg said
First-ever virtual Realtors Conference & Expo kicked off with a discussion on Monday about controversial proposed changes to the National Association of Realtors' Code of Ethics
Opinion
As COVID-19 restrictions loosen up, business owners are faced with a few ethical dilemmas. As a broker-owner, when should you allow real estate transactions to take place? Here are a few soul-searching questions to ask yourself
by Erica Ramus May 22
This year, Inman honors a much-needed figure in an industry still struggling with issues such as discrimination
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 23
Opinion
Want closings in January and February? Don’t take off the month of December
by Erica Ramus Dec 19
Opinion
In the wake of the 'Newsday' findings, Realtor leadership has shown that change won’t come from the top down. It’s up to individuals to make change
by Chavi Hohm Dec 5