LISTEN: Ethical Realtors Can End Inequitable Housing

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It’s the sound of magic that happens in the classic Disney movie, Cinderella.

Frankly, it may seem that with the passage of any law, magic happened. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo: everything will be fine now in the world.

Unfortunately, laws aren’t magic because those laws don’t magically prevent violations from happening. At best, the laws provide for a possible remedy if there is evidence of the violation and the offender is arrested. But it’s a big IF.

Likewise, but unfortunately, inequitable housing still exists despite 54 years of federal legislation.

In the end, laws may not prevent inequitable housing, but ethical agents can.

How? Check out this Atlanta Realtors Rundown podcast conversation with a dynamic person who teaches the quintessential realtor ethics course, the illustrious Leigh Brown, where we discuss:

  1. What it really means to be ethical in the real estate industry
  2. What are we wrong
  3. How can we do things right in the future (Hint: start by attending the National Real Estate Ethics Day broadcast live on Thursday, July 7, 2022 — all contributions go to the Realtors Relief Foundation. IThis is a great course for a great cause. Register on

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