The National Association of REALTORS® is America's largest trade association, representing 1.3 million members, including NAR's institutes, societies, and councils, involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.
The Colorado Association of REALTORS® is the state’s largest professional, voluntary, non-profit, real estate trade association that is dedicated to serving more than 25,000 REALTOR® members across the state. These agents are also members of 33 local associations statewide and the National Association of REALTORS®.
DORA, The Division of Real Estate protects the consumer through licensing, regulation, and enforcement of licensed real estate professionals in Colorado. Their mission is to create a balance between consumer protection and the business needs of the licensed professional.
CREN is a regional Multiple Listing Service in 17+ counties and providing MLS to six REALTOR® Board Associations. The Regional MLS covers close to 25,000 square miles. Our goal is to deliver a variety of Real Estate tools and services to our members to assist them at succeeding in the Real Estate Industry.
CREN provides its REALTOR® members with a communication tool for buying, selling, leasing or auctioning properties within the region. Membership includes access to Paragon MLS software by Black Knight, Paragon Mobile, ShowingTime Scheduling, Instanet and AuthentiSign, Realist Tax Search, ListHub, Free Training, Webinars, and much more.
Realtor.com is a real estate listings website operated by the News Corporation subsidiary Move, Inc. and based in Santa Clara, California. The site launched as the Realtor Information Network in 1995, serving as a closed network for members of the National Association of Realtors.
Real Estate Agents are required to use Commission approved contracts and forms as appropriate to a transaction or circumstance.
Over the past two decades, frequent, large, destructive wildfires have claimed hundreds of thousands of acres of land, damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes and structures, caused deaths and injuries and displaced residents for extended periods of time. With continued development throughout the state’s Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) areas, estimated to grow by 300 percent in the next 15 years, the wildfire threat is real and it is not going away. Project Wildfire is designed to reduce and/or prevent the destruction of land, property and lives by raising awareness and educating residents throughout our state.
All ethics complaints must be filed with the REALTOR® Association within 180 days from the time a complainant knew (or reasonably should have known) that potentially unethical conduct took place. Complaints must be in writing and submitted using the Ethics Complaint Form E-1. A complaint should cite one or more Articles of the Code of Ethics which may have been violated and a narrative description or summary of events that occurred leading to the belief the Code of Ethics may have been violated.
REALTORS® are different from other real estate licensees in that they voluntarily pledge to abide by a strict code of professional conduct above and beyond the licensing laws of the state. This conduct is outlined in the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics. The REALTORS® Code of Ethics is comprised of seventeen Articles.
The Colorado Foreclosure Hotline was created as a central point of contact for homeowners in danger of foreclosure, and as a means for connecting those homeowners to a HUD-approved housing counseling agency in their community.
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Delta County is located in west-central Colorado. The County seat of Delta is located approximately 40 miles southeast of Grand Junction and 20 miles north of Montrose. ... In addition to the city of Delta, there are five other prominent towns in the County: Cedaredge, Crawford, Hotchkiss, Orchard City, and Paonia.