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About REALTORS®

Pathways to Professionalism

While the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the National Association establishes objective, enforceable ethical standards governing the professional conduct of REALTORS®, it does not address issues of courtesy or etiquette. Based on input from many sources, the Professional Conduct Working Group of the Professional Standards Committee developed the following list of professional courtesies for use by REALTORS® on a voluntary basis.  This list is not all-inclusive, and may be supplemented by local custom and practice.

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Ethical Standards

Ethical Standards governing the professional conduct of REALTORS® 2014 REALTOR® Code of Ethics

What's the difference between an ethics complaint and arbitration request?
An ethics complaint charges that a REALTOR® or non-resident member has violated an Article(s) of the Code of Ethics. An arbitration request involves a controversy over entitlement to a monetary transaction (e.g., a commission).

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Find a REALTOR®

Finding the REALTOR® that best meets your needs requires some research. You’ll want to choose your REALTOR® as carefully as you would your lawyer, tax consultant or financial advisor.

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Why Work with a REALTOR®

Buying a house—or any real estate—is a big investment and a complex process.

If you’re not familiar with the myriad details and requirements involved in buying or selling property, it’s in your best interest to work with an experienced professional. When you choose a REALTOR®, you know you have one of the best real estate professionals available working for you.

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National Association of REALTORS®

Code of Ethics

Political Advocacy

Montana Association of REALTORS®

Website

Government Affairs

MARConnect

 

Upcoming Events

Thu Oct 19 @12:30PM - 04:30PM
BRWF "Water Rights Demystified"
Tue Oct 24 @ 8:30AM - 12:30PM
Ethics
Tue Oct 24 @ 9:00AM - 04:00PM
New Member Orientation

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