As a Realtor®, it is important to recognize and appreciate your obligations to your customers, the public and fellow Realtors®. Through enforcement of the Code of Ethics, Realtors® continuously strive to remain informed on issues affecting real estate and as knowledgeable professionals are willing to share the fruit of their experience and study with others. Maintaining your Code of Ethics requirement helps to eliminate practices which may damage the public, in turn discredit or bring dishonor to the real estate profession.
• Identify how the Code of Ethics should be used in daily business practices
• Describe the concepts established in Articles 1, 2, 3, 11, and 16 of the Code of Ethics and identify possible violations of the Code of Ethics specifically related to those Articles
• Pinpoint discriminatory speech and conduct that could violate Article 10 of the Code of Ethics.
• Understand the professional standards process for enforcing the Code of Ethics, including the duty to arbitrate
• Explain how the Pathways to Professionalism tool provides guidelines for respecting property, the public, and peers
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