For the past 100 years, the Code of Ethics has remained a reliable guide for REALTOR® professionalism—and overall, REALTORS® do a good job of following it, say association executives, professional standards administrators, and trainers around the country. But what can be done to maintain or improve professionalism moving forward into the Code’s second century?
In a world where a growing number of voices on a growing number of platforms are speaking on real estate topics, the National Association of REALTORS® is developing new ways to communicate to REALTORS® and consumers that the REALTOR® organization—at the national, state, and local level—is the leading advocate for the real estate industry and the nation’s 75 million property owners.
At the 2013 NAR Leadership Summit, NAR's Rodney Gansho and Kate Moore talk about the significance of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics Centennial: A Century of Pride and Professionalism.
Join fellow NAR members in celebrating the 100th anniversary of this meaningful symbol of REALTORS®, their commitment to professionalism, and their vision of an honest real estate industry.