AVOID TERMINATION OF REALTOR® MEMBERSHIP
Complete Code of Ethics Training by March 1, 2019
The National Association of REALTORS® has mandated that all REALTOR® members must complete 2.5 hours of ethics training within two-year cycles. Failure to complete training during any cycle will lead to membership suspension for the January and February immediately after the cycle deadline. Membership termination occurs on March 1 after the cycle deadline.
January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2018
January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2020
January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022
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Frequently Asked Questions
When does my cycle start?
The applicable dates are the same for all REALTORS® irrespective of when they join. The frequency of cycles changed from every four years to every two years in January 2017. The current cycle ends December 31, 2018.
How do I know if I have completed the Code of Ethics requirement?
- Log in to www.nar.realtor.
- Click on My Account
- Click on Manage Account
- Under Other Links, click on View your Education Records (NRDS)
If you see one of the Course Numbers below then you have completed the Code of Ethics requirement:
Course Numbers - New Members
BPP COEN 20171
BPP COEN 20181
Course Numbers - Continuing Members
BPP COEC 2017C5
BPP COEC 2018C5
If you DO NOT see either Course Number listed then you still need to complete your Code of Ethics training before December 31, 2018.
I’ve already completed Code of Ethics training at another association before I transferred to Tri-Counties. Do I have to do this over?
If you have already completed the required ethics training within a two-year cycle at another association, you are not required to complete further ethics training for that same training cycle if you became a member at PWR.
If I have Emeritus, Honorary or other Exempt Status, do I still need to meet the Code of Ethics requirememt?
NAR Emeritus members do not have to complete Code of Ethics training. However, ALL OTHER ACTIVE REALTORS® members must complete COE by December 31, 2018.
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