Education Seminars and Workshops - Educational sessions are a major association benefit and priority. Subjects are carefully selected to meet current and ongoing member needs in the areas of real estate and legal liability training. Association specializes in 3 to 4 hour courses to allow members to take education offering but not have to be away from their work for long periods at a time.
Information The Association makes a constant effort to keep members informed and served on all matters concerning real estate and member activities. General Business Meetings/luncheons are held on a regular basis, usually the third Thursday of the month. These meetings provide opportunity for direct communication among members and a means to present timely programs and updates on Association activities All Association members receive a weekly email. Throughout the year, bulletins, faxes, computer messages and hot sheets are reminders of important meetings, seminars , events, Call to Actions, and deadlines.
Code of Ethics: The Code provides the basis for professional conduct and cooperation between REALTORS® and the public they serve.
Grievance & Ethics Hearings: The Grievance and Professional Standards Committees are responsible for investigating and, when appropriate, hearing complaints from members and public.
Arbitration Service: Arbitration of commission disputes between members is an important service of the Association as well as disputes about money arising from customers.
Affirmative Marketing Agreement: This agreement between HUD and the REALTORS® Association furthers the professional conduct of members by implementing policy to promote fair housing
Professional Development Institutes, Societies, and Councils - Members may affiliate with Real Estate Specialty groups in areas such as appraising, property management, commercial and residential brokerage
Recognition and Designations Members may earn designations which reflect education and expertise in real estate specialty areas such as property management (CPM), residential sales (CRS), and commercial investment transactions( CCIM). Public and peer recognition of members achievements and service is advanced through local, state and national awards such as REALTOR® of the Year, RPAC and other special awards.
Constant media coverage of achievements through education and community projects of membership, such as GRI, CRS designations earned.
Legislative Activities Monitoring proposed legislation affecting property rights and the real estate industry and keeping you informed are Association services offered on local, state and national levels. A network of key members to represent you in the legislature on issues affecting your livelihood in Wilson County, Nashville and Washington. The REALTOR® Political Action Fund complements this program