California’s five-year pilot program could lead to expanded enforcement of the REALTORS® Code nationally.
JULY 2014 | BY BRUCE AYDT
The California Association of REALTORS® is set to dramatically expand the publication of information about its members found in violation of the National Association of REALTORS®’ Code of Ethics. The NAR Board of Directors approved in May a five-year pilot program that includes publishing names and photos of the members and a summary of the violations on a website accessible only to association members. The statewide database is expected to be up and running in August.
North Carolina’s so-called “bathroom law,” which requires individuals to use restrooms corresponding to the sex they were assigned at birth rather than their gender identity, has prompted questions over what responsibilities businesses and employers have to accommodate the preferences of transgender people.
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2016 —Graham Wood, REALTOR® Magazine