California Real Estate Continuing Education Course: (Ethics) California Ethics

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California CE:(Ethics) California Ethics

(Ethics) California Ethics

3 Total hours
0 Elective hours
3 Core hours

Professional and ethical real estate professionals who adhere to a high set of standards are the foundation for restoring confidence and stability in an uncertain marketplace. The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) relies on its Code of Ethics to ensure that all REALTORS® conduct business in an honest manner and with the highest degree of integrity. In addition, the California Business and Professions Code guides ethical business practices within California. As part of your real estate continuing education, this course, which was revised in January 2022 and designed to meet NAR Cycle 7 requirements, will provide you state licensing continuing education credits as well as fulfill the requirement for Ethics training mandated by the National Association of REALTORS®.

Course highlights include:

  • The ethical responsibilities and standards of conduct of REALTORS® to their clients and customers, other REALTORS®, and to the general public as required by the NAR Code of Ethics
  • The ethical responsibilities of REALTORS® to their clients and customers
  • How to adhere to the principles of fair housing and non-discrimination
  • The requirements of real estate professionals to avoid false and misleading statements and to conduct business with competitors in a fair and honest manner
  • The dispute resolution process, including arbitration and mediation, and the disciplinary process for REALTORS®
  • The California Business and Professions Code and how it relates to the NAR Code of Ethics

*This course was designed by The CE Shop to meet the REALTOR® Code of Ethics Training Requirement. Please confirm that your local association, who administers the Code of Ethics training, will accept this course.

Course highlights:

  • Parsing the NAR Code of Ethics
  • Material and latent defects
  • Broker cooperation and compensation
  • Disclosure of personal interest
  • Avoiding discrimination
  • Responsible advertising
  • Keeping to your area of expertise
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • California Business and Professions Code