Energy Star, an EPA program that helps businesses with energy efficiency, provides a cash-flow calculator to dispel financial concerns. (www.energystar.gov/buildings/tools-and-resources/cash-flow-opportunity-c...)
Illinois is now one of more than 20 states that has legalized marijuana for medical use. While Illinois communities wrestle with the complexities of the new state law, you can learn more about what it could mean for real estate brokers, leasing agents and others in the industry. In the latest issue of D.R.
Consumer confidence in the economy is building but tight housing inventories will likely continue in the coming months as conservative sellers stay on the sidelines, says Dr. Geoffrey Hewings in a new IAR video.
The Illinois REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) provides both direct contributions to pro-REALTOR® candidates as well as grassroots “Opportunity Races” where we reach out specifically to REALTOR® members in support of candidates for office. Who gets RPAC support is determined by REALTORS® who vet the candidates for their pro-business, pro-private property rights, low tax, pro-growth position on issues that affect the business of real estate.
Illinois REALTORS® believe in doing business the right way. That's why we offer two programs to help resolve disputes that may arise from real estate transactions. Here's more information on the programs and what they can do for you.
REALTORS® take doing business the right way seriously. They operate under a strict Code of Ethics.
Find a REALTOR®
Not every person who sells real estate is a REALTOR®, a designation that requires aditional training and adherence to the Code of Ethics. IAR has more than 41,000 members. Find a REALTOR® here.
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation Division of Real Estate oversees real estate licenses in Illinois.
Does someone have a real estate license? Check here with IDFPR's lookup tool.
The Real Estate Licensing Act, the rules for all real estate practitioners, is here.
Ethics Complaint Process for filed grievances. This process must be initiated through a local REALTOR® association.
Legal Action Fund: The association maintains a fund to help fight legal battles of importance to its membership.