NAR Quadrennial Code of Ethics Training

Education Opportunities


Members are required to take 2.5 hours of Code of Ethics training every four years. The current cycle ends December 31, 2016. Online COE training is available at no-charge. Find out more.

Online courses are available for members at a special pricing. Courses available for Managing Brokers, Brokers, Appraisers, and members of the Title Industry. Browse course content and check out pricing!

Indiana / Real-Estate / Continuing Education

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Michigan / Real-Estate / Broker-Per- License

Michigan / Real-Estate/ Continuing Education


How Do I File an Ethics Complaint?

Associations of REALTORS® are responsible for enforcing the REALTORS® Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics imposes duties above those imposed by law or regulation to real estate professionals who choose to become REALTORS®.

Many difficulties arising from a real estate transaction result from misunderstanding, miscommunication, or lack of adequate communication.  We recommend contacting the Managing Broker of the firm to discuss the situation. Open, constructive discussion often resolves questions or differences, eliminating the need for further action.

To File a Complaint

To File an Ethics Complaint – Print the packet from the links below or contact the Elkhart County Board of Realtors for assistance at 574-875-3283.

The complainant will be asked to

  • Write a letter describing the situation
  • Include documents pertaining to situation
  • Complete Form E#1
  • Attend hearing

Send the completed complaint form and all accompanying documents to:
Indiana Association of REALTORS®,
Attn: Laura Sallie, Professional Standards Administrator
800 East 86th Avenue
Merrillville, Indiana 46410

Ethics Complaint Filing Documents