Fair Housing and The Code of Ethics

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Can a Confederate Flag be displayed in a listing photo? How can the REALTOR® Association govern the speech of the members? What is the impact of the Code of Ethics Article 10 on a member's hiring practices? Fair Housing is an ethical obligation of all members and in a complex world, it can be hard to have all of the right answers and to identify potential threats to your client's right to equal housing opportunities. This webinar recording does a deep dive on one of NAR's most controversial Articles in the Code of Ethics and some of its related case interpretations.

This webinar recording will thoroughly equip REALTORS® and Brokers with the understanding necessary to identify potential unethical practices in their or other's business as it relates to Fair Housing and the Code of Ethics.

Meet Matthew

Matthew Rathbun, CRS is a veteran instructor with a unique blend of geekiness, humor, and in-depth knowledge of the practice of real estate. Matthew is a licensed broker in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia and the Executive Vice President of a large, multi-office firm in Virginia and has served in various capacities in the local, state, and National Association of Realtors. Matthew is the recipient of the Virginia Realtors Instructor of the Year award, as well as the CRS Instructor of the Year.

This recording will show you how to:

  • The learner will have a deep understanding of Article 10 of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics
  • The learner will be able to identify potential violations of the Fair Housing Elements of the Code of Ethics
  • The learner will be able to address practices in their business that may violate the Code of Ethics

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