The following policies govern the Affordable Workforce Housing Symposium. They were developed in conjunction with federal/state/local laws, venue policies and NAR policies. Sources are listed for each policy, where possible.

Unauthorized Solicitation and Distribution of Materials

Solicitation of business in sessions and meetings is entirely prohibited.

Distribution of flyers, pamphlets, notices and brochures in any session of the NAR event, without the prior written consent of NAR, is expressly prohibited.

Allergens and Food Safety

Allergens may be present in food served at NAR meetings. It is the responsibility of each attendee to contact the catering staff or show management about specific food allergies. NAR provides a meal request space when registering for most special events in the registration system.

Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) is committed to providing a positive and rewarding experience for everyone associated with an NAR event. In addition to NAR members’ adherence to the NAR Member Code of Conduct all attendees agree to abide by this Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct by virtue of their attendance at an NAR event.

All attendees (including without limitation NAR members, guests, speakers, exhibitors and vendors) are expected to conduct themselves professionally, to use good judgment and be respectful at all times while present at an NAR event. This includes an attendee’s conduct while physically present at an NAR event, as well an attendee’s conduct on any virtual platform associated an NAR event.

NAR does not tolerate any inappropriate behavior, including harassment or discrimination in any form. Examples of inappropriate behavior include, but are not limited to, harassing or defamatory verbal or written comments, display or use of graphic images or language, destruction of property, threats, intimidation, unwanted physical contact, unwanted sexual conduct whether physical or verbal or non-verbal, and any conduct, statements or images that denigrates or shows hostility toward an individual or group based on a protected characteristic.

Any attendee should immediately report any behavior they believe in good-faith violates this Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct to Lesley Muchow, General Counsel & VP of Legal Affairs & Antitrust Compliance ( or Donna Gland, Senior Vice President, Talent Development and Resources ( Please include as much detail as possible, such as the date, time, location, and a description of the incident being reported. Any attendee who believes they are in immediate danger should report the incident directly to the police via 911.

NAR reserves the right to take any necessary and appropriate action against any attendee who violates this Statement of Appropriate Event Conduct, including, but not limited to, immediate removal from the event, prohibition from attendance at future NAR events, removal from a committee appointment, and expulsion from membership.

We value your attendance and thank you for your cooperation and commitment to ensuring a positive event experience for all.

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