NC Elective

For Your Own Good: The Realtor Code of Ethics


Description
Awarded "Education Program of the Year," this course meets the National Association of Realtor membership requirement that must be met every three years by NAR members by Dec. 2021. This course also provides four hours of real estate elective credit.

Remember, not all brokers are REALTORS. Only Realtors are required to take this course, but, of course, anyone may take the course....and probably should!

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Content
  • Section 1: Introduction and Housekeeping
  • 1.1 Introduction from Debbie
  • 1.2 Video: How to navigate this course
  • 1.3 Course description
  • 1.4 Course objectives and goals
  • 1.5 Rules of engagement
  • 1.6 The instructor
  • 1.7 Two types of course credit
  • Section 2 what the public thinks
  • 2.1 Topics for this section
  • 2.2 Why should real estate brokers study ethics? Part 1
  • 2.2 Why should real estate brokers study ethics? Part 2
  • 2.3 Why I started to look at real estate ethics
  • 2.4 Does ethics education work?
  • 2.5 What does the public think of real estate brokers? and why should we care?
  • 2.6 What the Gallup polls say
  • 2.7 Where does that perception come from?
  • 2.8 I decide to give my students a test
  • 2.9 The results of my study
  • 2.10 The Wall Street Journal picks up the story
  • 2.11 What does the study mean?
  • 2.12 Let's look at the study one more time
  • 2.13 What do we think of each other?
  • 2.14 Let's see what you learned about the public perception of brokers
  • Section 3 Models of ethical decision making
  • 3.1 Topics for this section
  • 3.2 The difference between ethics and the law
  • 3.3 Optional video: Law and ethics
  • 3.4 Model of ethical decision making #1: Temptation or dilemma?
  • 3.5 Optional video: The difference between temptations and dilemmas
  • 3.6 Optional video: Rushworth Kidder discusses dilemma
  • 3.7 How can you tell you are facing an ethical crisis?
  • 3.8 Ethical decision making model #2: Kew Gardens Principle
  • 3.9 How would you respond to the child molester case?
  • 3.10 Model of ethical decision making #3: The Parent Test
  • 3.11 Optional video: The parent test
  • 3.12 Model of ethical decision making #4: The White Lie Test
  • 3.13 Ethical decision making model #5: Codes of ethics
  • 3.14 Why codes of ethics don't always work
  • 3.15 The reasonable person standard
  • 3.16 The professional practice standard
  • 3.17 Let's see what you've learned about ETM models
  • Section 4: NAR Code of Ethics
  • 4.1 Topics for this section
  • 4.2 The 1913 Code of Ethics
  • 4.3 The origins of the NAR Code of Ethics
  • 4.4 The NAR Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice
  • 4.5 Summary of the NAR Code of Ethics
  • 4.6 How are Realtors different from brokers?
  • 4.6 Phil's wife explains how a Realtor is different...not
  • 4.8 Does the Code adapt?
  • 4.9 The Preamble to the NAR Code
  • 4.10 The Golden Rule: another decision making model
  • 4.11 Listen to and/or read the Preamble
  • 4.12 Articles 1 and 2 of the NAR Code
  • 4.13 Realtors discuss Article 1
  • 4.14 Article 2: No exaggeration, misrepresentation, or concealment
  • 4.15 Article 16: Let's play nicely with one another
  • 4.16 Enforcement of the NAR Code
  • 4.17 What happens in an ethics hearing?
  • 4.18 Diagram: Professional Standards Process
  • 4.19 Choosing an ombudsman to settle a problem
  • 4.20 Let's see what you have learned about the NAR Code
  • Section 5: Applied Ethics
  • 5.1 Topics for this section
  • 5.2 Dealing with fiduciary relationships
  • 5.3 Assignment on fiduciary relationships
  • 5.4 Possible responses to the dilemma about fiduciary obligations
  • 5.6 Fair housing dilemmas
  • 5.7 Assignment: Fair housing dilemmas
  • 5.8 Possible answers to fair housing dilemmas
  • 5.9 Dilemmas regarding material facts
  • 5.10 Working with competitors
  • 5.11 Assignment: Working with competitors
  • 5.12 Possible asswer to the dilemma on the competition's commission
  • 5.13 Dealing with multiple offers
  • 5.14 Consider the undisclosed offer
  • 5.5 Possible answer to the undisclosed offer
  • 5.6 Assignment: Do you think ethics violations should be published?
  • 5.7 Let's see what you've learned about handling real estate dilemmas
  • Section 6 Summary and final housekeeping
  • 6.1 You're almost done!
  • 6.2 Summary: What can real estate professionals do?
  • 6.3 End-of-course survey
  • 6.4 Two types of course credit
  • 6.5 Just click the complete button...
Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "6.5 Just click the complete button..."
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: until June 30