Code of Ethics for Realtors®
Have you completed your National Association of REALTORS Quadrennial Code of Ethics training?
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We have two online, video-based courses that will satisfy your REALTORS Quadrennial Code of Ethics training. You have 3 options! Select the one that works best for you.
1. (ONLINE) Ethics: Principles & Practices Online is a 4-hour video-based online elective approved by the NC Real Estate Commission. You will get CE elective credit AND satisfiy your NAR Ethics training.
Learn More/Register The cost is $67 for 30 days of access.
2. (ONLINE) Code of Ethics for Realtors® Training is 2.5 hours long and fulfills the NAR® Quadrennial Ethics training requirement for the cycle ending December 31, 2016. It is NOT approved for NC Real Estate Commission continuing education elective credit. It is ideally suited for Brokers-in-Charge or those who do not want to take “Ethics” as their continuing education elective.
Learn More/Register The cost is $35 for 30 days of access.
3. (CLASSROOM) Ethics: Principles & Practices is a 4-hour classroom elective approved by the NC Real Estate Commission. You will get CE elective credit AND satisfiy your NAR Ethics training.
View Locations The cost is $67.
Effective January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2004, and for successive four (4) year periods thereafter, REALTORS® are required to complete quadrennial ethics training of not less than two (2) hours and thirty (30) minutes of instructional time. REALTORS® completing such training during any four (4) year cycle shall not be required to complete additional ethics training in respect of this requirement as a requirement of membership in any other Board or Association. A REALTOR® completing the new member Code of Ethics orientation during any four (4) year cycle shall not be required to complete additional ethics training in respect of this requirement until a new four (4) year cycle commences. Failure to complete the required periodic ethics training shall be considered a violation of a membership duty. Failure to meet the requirement will result in suspension of membership for the first two months (January and February) of the year following the end of any four (4) year cycle or until the requirement is met, whichever occurs sooner. On March 1 of that year, the membership of a member who is still suspended as of that date will be automatically terminated.