Biennial ethics training deadline Dec 31st
It’s time to check your/your agents’ 2017-18 NAR ethics training status!
Failure to comply by the Dec 31st deadline will result in suspension of NAR, C.A.R. and CCAR membership and associated services, as well as the suspension of all agents under your brokerage. Biennial completion of a qualified Code of Ethics (COE) training course is a new NAR requirement. The first biennial cycle began on Jan-01-2017 and ends Dec-31-2018.
Those who are in the process of renewing their California DRE licenses will satisfy COE requirements in the biennial period in which they renew their licenses. Those who do not renew licenses during a biennial period must complete separate COE training. During each biennial cycle CCAR will send you and the agents in your brokerage similar correspondence to help you ensure proper completion and recording of your license and COE course renewal.
CCAR makes every effort to ensure Code of Ethics training data is accurate and up to date, but please be advised that we rely on multiple external data sources to build this report. If you believe your license renewal or ethics compliance status is not correct, please contact us immediately: (925) 295-1270.
Check your Code of Ethics training status
Certify LFROs, MLOs – NAR requires that each member licensee classified as Licensed for Referral Only (LFRO) and/or Mortgage Loan Originators (MLO) must be certified as such by their primary brokers.
Click on the link below to access CCAR’s online certification tool to quickly and easily classify licensees in your brokerage as either LFRO, MLO, or dropped from your brokerage. If you have questions, feel free to contact CCAR: (925) 295-1270, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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