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Tag Archives: Code of Ethics
The way you apply the Code of Ethics to your business may depend on whether someone is your client, a customer, or a prospect. For instance, Article 1 says you should treat all parties honestly, but you must do more … Continue reading
REALTORS® have an obligation under Article 1 of the Code of Ethics to promote the interests of their clients while treating all parties honestly. Texas Real Estate Commission rules require real estate practitioners in Texas treat people fairly. While the … Continue reading
The Texas Real Estate Commission changed its rules regarding terms you must use in your advertisements, but don’t forget about the requirements in the Code of Ethics. Watch the video to learn how you can stay in compliance with Article … Continue reading