The CFEX Community Provides Accountability
Real estate & Real Estate Offices/ Brokers are regulated largely by the state in which they located. In addition, the county and city may also set policies as to how the property transfers titles. Real Estate Companies and independent Real Estate Offices/Brokers must be licensed through the state in order to interact with the public.
- Detailed background checks are required to become a licensed Real Estate Broker
- Real Estate Brokers must maintain a current Errors & Omissions (E&O) insurance policy.
- Real Estate Brokers offer full disclosure, as defined in each of the company’s Policies and Procedures Manual.
- The CFEX community of Real Estate Offices/Brokers have a degree in real estate through education and experience!
- Real Estate Offices/Brokers are required to complete regular continuing education classes as a licensing requirement. Therefore, Real Estate Brokers are the most up-to-date specialists in the industry.
- Rules regarding real estate sales are always changing, and it is the responsibility of each licensed Real Estate Broker to stay abreast of changing market dynamics.
- The criteria detailed under the "Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice" required by the "National Association of REALTORS®" is superior to most other industries.
The information provided by CFEX is not intended to replace or serve as substitute for any legal, accounting, investment, real estate, tax or other professional advice, consultation or service. The user of this software/system should consult with a professional in the respective legal, accounting, investment, real estate, tax or other professional area before making any decisions. Further, REAL ESTATE BROKERS will not and cannot sell securities or provide securities advice.