New Member Orientation & Code of Ethics
Mandatory Class for New WeMAR REALTORS®
The completion of a class that satisfies the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics requirement is mandatory for all agents applying for membership at WeMAR, per the by-laws of the West Maricopa Association of REALTORS®. We request all new members complete this requirement within the first 90 days of membership.
3 hours Code of Ethics for NEW members only
3 hours Commissioner's Standards
Certificates are issued by WeMAR School of Real Estate,
9001 W Union Hills Dr #8, Peoria AZ 85382 | 623.931.9294
Sarah Geiger, Old Republic Home Protection
Marcie Teague, Security Title Agency
If you miss this class, you will need to:
- reschedule to a future New Member Orientation/Code of Ethics class at WeMAR
- OR attend Code of Ethics with Case Studies online through the Hogan School of Real Estate at www.wemar.org/onlinece.html ($25 – with CE credit).
Be sure to submit your COE certificate to WeMAR within 90 days of your membership enrollment date.
Fax certificates to 623.931.1008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your NRDS ID or MLS ID on your certificate. If you have questions, call Donna or Jennifer at 623.931.9294.
Attending a Code of Ethics course is a requirement of the National Association of REALTORS® and mandated by WeMAR Board of Directors. WeMAR asks that you complete this requirement within the first 90 days of joining the association. You have 1 year to complete a new member Code of Ethics course. If fulfillment of this requirement is not made timely, WeMAR is required by NAR to terminate membership which will also terminate access to MLS, zipForm, eSign, ActiveKEY, iFAX and all other REALTOR® benefits.
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