"La Porte County Association of REALTORS......Inspires, Innovates, and Pursues Excellence."
Our Mission Statement
"The LaPorte County Association of REALTORS provides members with resources that enable them to conduct business successfully and ethically, strengthen the REALTOR image, and meet the needs of their customers and community; and is the Voice for Real Estate in LaPorte County".
New Members and Office Updates
Zach Spoljoric ~ REMAX County Wide 1st MC
Pablo Saban - @Properties
Managing Brokers: please remember to contact the board office with any agent changes so we may update our records.
REALTOR® Party Mobile Text Alerts
It is important to stay up to date on issues that involve the real estate industry. When Congress is considering legislation that affects the real estate industry, NAR calls on its members to act. Simply by contacting Members of Congress through an e-mail or a phone call, which ensures that your business remains strong. NAR members join together and speak with one loud, powerful voice.
Sign Up For REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts
Enter your mobile phone number and your name in the
registration form to start receiving REALTOR® Party
Mobile alerts. NAR will send you short text messages
when they need you to take action on important real
estate issues (usually only three to five times per year).
Code of Ethics Class - Tuesday, December 6, 2022
La Porte County Public Library - Main Branch
Meeting Room B
9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. CST
4 CE Hours for all Indiana Brokers
CE is free of charge for all LPCAR Members. ($40 for non-members). Class size will be limited so please register as soon as possible. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided to all attendees.
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We are REALTORS, we live by the Code...
The Code of Ethics of the National Association of REALTORS® is a document which is universally recognized by lawyers and laymen as the measure of professionalism in the real estate industry. It does not describe the lowest common denominator of permissible behavior as do the licensing laws of the state. Instead, it outlines the highest ideals of professional performance the public, and other REALTORS®, have a right to expect from REALTORS®.