Leigh Brown’s unique style brings the CODE class to life
National Real Estate Ethics Day®, June 27, 2018, was a tremendous success — across the country, REALTORS® were promoting the Code of Ethics. In one day, over $40,000 was raised for the REALTORS® Relief Foundation and over 7000 REALTORS® responded to the call for action.
Across the country, REALTORS® were promoting the Code of Ethics. Since 1913, NAR has continuously updated the Code to protect the public, promote private property rights, and raise the level of professionalism and service one can expect from a REALTOR®.
In The News
Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors® (NETAR) President Aaron Taylor, left, takes a smart phone image of (left to right) Realtors® Sharon Duncan, Leigh Brown and Jewell McKinney before a National Real Estate Ethics Day® webinar was held at NETAR’s offices in Gray. The webinar was live streamed to nearly 30 states and about 300 Realtors® associations across the nation.
How Do Realtors® Preach Ethics?
By HANK HAYES
GRAY — Respect property. Respect the public. Respect your peers.
Those words represent the cornerstone of the Realtor® Code of Ethics, which is now more than 100 years old.
National Real Estate Ethics Day® for Realtors® was recently celebrated with an ethics webinar — held at the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors® headquarters — which was live streamed to nearly 30 states and about 300 Realtor® associations.
“As part of our outreach to membership, every Realtor® has to take an updated (ethics) class every two years,” North Carolina Realtor® Leigh Brown, who led the webinar, said. “Part of that is we always have new Realtors coming into the profession, and the other part is it just jazzes your business back up and remembers the good parts about what Realtors® do.”
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CVAR in the news for National Real Estate Ethics Day®!
What’s the difference between a Realtor® and a real estate agent?
On June 27, more than 200 Realtor® members of the Citrus Valley Association of Realtors® joined thousands of colleagues around the country for National Real Estate Ethics Day®. The event highlighted the ethics training that sets Realtors® apart from those who work in the industry but are not bound by a Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice.
“It’s your reputation and how you build your business,” said Steve Ristaino, a Realtor® with Century 21 Beachside. “You want to have that sterling reputation that everybody is looking for. So it set you apart from your competition.”
Ethics and upholding that standard “are the foundation of our business,” said Lori Bright, Ristaino’s manager…
Guess what day it is?
#NationalEthicsDay of course! And what a great turnout of KAAR members who came to hear Instructor Leigh Brown.
NorBAR Napa California is Ready!
#NationalEthicsDay —original participants of a Meridian’s new annual event!