Real Estate Advertising Rules & Guidance

Posted on October 3, 2014 by Judy Lowe

By Commissioner Judy Lowe, Arizona Department of Real Estate K. Michelle Lind, Esq., Arizona REALTORS® Chief Executive Officer The Advertising of Real Property is Regulated by Law: Arizona real estate law defines “advertising” as: the attempt by publication, dissemination, exhibition, solicitation or circulation, oral or written, or for broadcast on radio or television to induce […]

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Joint Marketing Is Permissible As Long As All Real Estate Service Providers Pay Their Pro-Rata Share

Posted on September 29, 2014 by Richard Mack

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Truth in Lending Act ~ Disclosures When Credit Advertised

Posted on March 3, 2012 by

The Federal Trade Commission has provided guidelines for advertisers who are subject to the federal Truth in Lending Act. Any person who advertises consumer credit transactions, including real estate agents, can be considered an advertiser under the act, even if not actually extending credit himself. Definitions An “advertisement” is any commercial message that promotes consumer credit. […]

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Real Estate Advertising Complaints on the Increase

Posted on November 27, 2005 by Tom Adams

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Using the REALTOR® Trademark

Posted on July 1, 2003 by

The term REALTOR® is a federally registered collective membership mark owned exclusively by the National Association of REALTORS® (“NAR”). The REALTOR® membership mark serves the singular function of identifying and distinguishing members of NAR. The mark is licensed for exclusive use by members as a means of indicating their membership status. Members are licensed to […]

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