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With our annual summit coming up on Friday, September 23, 2022, we are currently seeking volunteers. Task groups will be formed to help find speakers, sponsorship and silent auction items.
For more information or to sign up to volunteer contact Christy Preston at

As a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, you pledge to follow the Code of Ethics, which outlines your obligations to clients, colleagues, and the general public.

New members must complete a Code of Ethics new-member orientation program within the first year of REALTOR® membership. Some local association bylaws may indicate a shorter time frame, which takes precedence over the national requirements.

Established members must complete a Code of Ethics course once every three years. All members are grouped into the same three-year cycle.

Read the complete CODE OF ETHICS

To access online resources for the REALTOR® Code of Ethics, visit Texas REALTORS® or the National Association of REALTORS®.

If your agent is a Texas REALTOR®, they are bound by the strict REALTOR® Code of Ethics. Texas REALTORS® has procedures in place if you need to file a complaint related to a real estate transaction against one of our REALTOR® members. To file a complaint, click here.

Note: The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) is the licensing entity in Texas and has procedures in place to process complaints against any real estate licensee. Please contact TREC for further information here.