Washington Realtors®

Code of Ethics, In Real Life

This unique course was developed by Terry Eccles-Pettet to guide students through the REALTOR Code of Ethics | Learn More

  • code-of-ethics-web
Washington Realtors®

Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus updates, including impacts on staff and leadership travel and resources for our members.| Learn More

  • coronavirus-banner
Washington Realtors®

Legal Hotline

Members get real estate legal questions answered from our Legal Hotline Lawyer| Learn More

  • Legal Hotline
Washington Realtors®

Tech Helpline

Members get access to FREE tech support for all your devices.| Learn More

  • tech helpline

Latest News

Selling Real Estate Internationally, What You Need To Know

s the largest economy in the world and a country full of diversity, the United States attracts people from across the globe ...

Multinational family buying a home

November is National Native American Heritage Month

Native Americans face many challenges to owning a home. As REALTORS® , you can help Native American home buyers...


October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

Cybercrime can be devastating to real estate professionals and their clients, and real estate wire fraud continues to be one of the most prevalent cybercrimes in the U.S.


Latest Article

MLSs Advance Small Business, Equity In Homeownership

National Association of Realtors President Charlie Oppler talks benefits of the Realtor marketplace. A critical foundation of American homeownership is the Multiple Listing Service (MLS)...

person looking at houses on a laptop

Dems Propose 20-year Mortgage For First-Gen Homebuyers

Democrats Propose 20-year Mortgage For First-Gen Homebuyers — the LIFT Act would create a program through HUD to sponsor low fixed-rate 20-year mortgages...

desktop with a mortgage contract, house keys, and a calculator

August Housing Starts Better Than Expected

Housing starts continue to rise despite material and labor shortages. U.S. homebuilders started construction on 1.615 million homes in August, up 3.9% from July 2021 and 17.4% higher than a year ago, according to a new report by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...

an upward pointed graph arrow over a money background


Code of Ethics

Read the Code or file a complaint...

Members Consumers

Latest Videos