Ensuring that local buyers and sellers receive a superior standard of support and service has been a focus of the National Association of REALTORS® for many years. Knowledge is the key, as they say, and this is partially why all REALTORS® who want to claim this title are required to complete at least eight hours of continuing education every year.
As an aspect of fulfilling this requirement, existing REALTOR® members must complete comprehensive ethics training meeting specific learning objectives and criteria. With case studies, updates and tried-and-true principles, this training aligns with the goal of providing consumers with exceptional service. It is important to note that all real estate professionals are not alike; those who wish to earn the title of REALTOR® must complete the required ethics courses and follow stringent guidelines.
Buyers and sellers want to know their interests will be protected, and most real estate industry professionals want to sleep well at night. With that in mind, many REALTORS® view continuous improvement as a surefire means of increasing their credibility and confidence.
In addition to the training that is required every year, there are many options available for REALTORS® who want to expand their knowledge base and further their education. The following designations can be obtained by completing advanced curriculums of coursework:
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