Ethics For the Real Estate Manager (ETH800)

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Friday, June 9, 2017

Registration: 8:00 A.M. / Course: 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Millennium Tower 10375 Richmond Ave., 1st Floor Training Room Houston, TX 77042

Registration Fees:

Member Rate: $185
with RSVP by 5/08/17

Nonmember Rate: $230
Local scholarship program application can be found here

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    Managing Maintenance & Budgeting Track
  • MNT402

    Managing Maintenance Operations and Property Risk

  • FIN402

    Budgeting, Cash Flow, and Reporting for Investment Real Estate

    Capstone Series
  • MPSA

    Management Plan Skills Assessment

  • EXAM

    CPM Certification Exam

    One Day Courses
  • ETH800

    Ethics For the Real Estate Manager

    Managing People & Marketing/Office Track
  • MKL406

    Marketing and Leasing Strategies for Office Buildings

  • HRS402

    Leading a Winning Property Management Team

    Asset Management Track
  • ASM603

    Financing and Loan Analysis for Investment Real Estate

  • ASM604

    Performance and Valuation of Investment Real Estate

  • ASM605

    Asset Analysis of Investment Real Estate


My employer values the oath I took to uphold the ethical standards enforced by IREM. Being part of an organization that allows professional development has been key to my career success.

Kaci Hancock, ACoM

Wulfe Management


course description

Becoming an accomplished business professional takes more than just hard work. In fact, how you respond to ethical challenges has a big impact on your long-term personal reputation and success in business. But being ethical is not just a matter of following the law – it’s meeting the standards and expectations that govern the real estate profession. Professional ethics can make the difference between a career as an all-star and a career as an also-ran. Ethics matter. And people pay attention.

What you’ll learn:

  • Welcome to the Real World. Get a full overview of the IREM Code of Professional Ethics, including the study of actual ethics cases and their implications.
  • Do the Right Thing. Tactics and strategies to resolve ethical dilemmas.
  • Avoiding Conflict. Identifying factors that contribute to conflicts of interest so you’ll know when to avoid them.

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