Why Use a RE/MAX Realtor?
When you're looking for help buying or selling property, it's important to remember that the terms "real estate agent" and "Realtor" are not synonymous. REALTORs® can provide an extra level of service, and to be a REALTOR® you must be a member of the National Association of REALTORs®. The NAR is a non-profit trade organization that promotes high professional standards in real estate information, education and professional standards.
The National Association of REALTORs® also has earned a strong reputation for actively championing private property rights and working to make home ownership affordable and accessible.
Code of Ethics
NAR and CREA members adhere to a strict code of ethics founded on the principle of providing fair and honest service to all consumers. REALTOR® business practices are monitored at local board levels. Arbitration and disciplinary systems are in place to address complaints from the public or board members.
This local oversight keeps REALTORs® directly accountable to the individual consumers they serve. Real estate licensees who are not REALTORs® work solely under state/provincial licensing regulations.
Re/MAX Agents are REALTORs®
RE/MAX real estate agents are required to be REALTORs® as a condition of membership in the RE/MAX organization. As a percentage of membership, RE/MAX agents hold more
REALTOR® professional designations compared to any other national or international company.
The various designations are a symbol of achieving and maintaining advanced levels of education in real estate sales and marketing. Look for the REALTOR® or "R" logo when shopping for real estate assistance, for assurance of ethical standards and commitment to the community.