Do you need help communicating with an Arizona REALTOR® or do you have questions about Arizona real estate transactions?
Trained REALTOR® Ombudsmen often function as an intermediary who communicate the concerns of one party to the other over the phone, so a positive relationship can be restored.
What an Arizona REALTOR® Ombudsman CAN do:
- Help you communicate with an Arizona REALTOR®
- Answer general questions about:
- Arizona real estate practice;
- Procedural questions regarding real estate transactions;
- REALTOR® Code of Ethics; or
- Professional Standards options.
What an Arizona REALTOR® Ombudsman CANNOT do:
- Advise whether a REALTOR® is violating the Code of Ethics;
- Intervene in an existing transaction on your behalf;
- Provide legal advice; and
- Review documentation.
If you are unable to download and complete the form, and have no family member or friend to assist you, please contact the Arizona Association of REALTORS® for assistance at (602) 248-7787. Note: Ombudsmen do not accept documents or evidence for review.
Arizona Association of REALTORS® cannot affect an Arizona Real Estate License. If your pursuit is to affect an Arizona real estate agent’s license, refer to the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE)