We cultivate professionalism in REALTORS® through embracing change and empowering expertise.
We also advocate for issues, invest in initiatives, and build relationships to protect and advance REALTORS® ability to operate, a property owner’s ability to transfer property, and the community as a desirable and viable place to live and do business.
On March 24, NAR introduced their 2019 budget proposal called S.M.A.R.T. Initiatives (Strategic Measures Advancing REALTORS® to Tomorrow). These initiatives include $35+ million in new NAR programming as follows: $20+ million for REALTOR® Party Programming, $2 million for new Commitment to Excellence Program, Financial Wellness/Retirement [...]
At the CCIAOR & CCIMLS joint Board of Directors meeting on April 11, the Board voted to authorize the CEO to execute agreements with both Zillow and REALTOR.com to provide pending data and sold data. This action came after extensive feedback from members gained through [...]
CE Classes - RE33RC11 - Code of EthicsCape Cod & Island Association-Realtor, 22 Mid-Tech Dr, West Yarmouth, MA 02673, USACape Cod & Island Association-Realtor, 22 Mid-Tech Dr, West Yarmouth, MA 02673, USA
Continuing Education Class for RE License Renewal2 CreditsInstructor - Karen JaworskiAs a reminder - Starting in 2017 NAR will require Code of Ethics be taken every two years. Meaning, Code
Continuing Education Class for RE License Renewal 2 Credits Instructor – Karen Jaworski
As a reminder – Starting in 2017 NAR will require Code of Ethics be taken every two years. Meaning, Code of Ethics must be taken again between January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2018. Please note, the new cycle is based off of the previous dates listed not your licensing cycle dates. If you plan accordingly, you will now be able to class take Code of Ethics as part of your state mandated continuing education or your license renewal every two years