iMark Realty Advisors Code of Ethics

Being a Commercial Real Estate Advisor and Broker is not just a job or a way to make money. It is a Lifelong Profession and commitment. We conduct ourselves just as a Doctor, Lawyer, CPA, or any Professional should. We owe our clients a fiduciary duty to always keep their interest above ours, even when it costs us time and money to do so.

We prominently display this Code on our website and in our offices not only for our clients to review, but as a constant reminder to us.

Article 1 – Promote the interests of our client above ours and always be honest and fair with all our business dealings.

Article 2 – Avoid exaggeration, misrepresentation, and concealment.

Article 3 – Cooperate with other brokers, as long as it is in the best interest of our clients.

Article 4 – Disclose our official capacity and any special interests in all real estate dealings.

Article 5 – Disclose any potential conflicts of interests when providing professional services.

Article 6 – Disclose to clients any and all commissions, rebates, profits, benefits, or fees contemplated or earned from other parties in a transaction.

Article 7 – Disclose any fees contemplated or earned from more than one party to a transaction.

Article 8 – Keep an account, separate from our own and in trust, for other people’s money.

Article 9 – Attempt to make all agreements clear, understandable, comprehensive, and in writing. A copy should be given to each party involved in the transaction.

Article 10 – Do not discriminate based on age, race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.

Article 12 – Make all representations clear and true and disclose our professional status.

Article 13 – Do not give legal advice and recommend a client seeks legal advice from a qualified attorney.

Article 14 – Cooperate with any Code of Ethics proceedings.

Article 15 – Do not make reckless or misleading comments about competitors.

Article 16 – Respect exclusive agency agreements and relationships that other Realtors have with potential clients.

Article 17 – In the event of a dispute, make every attempt to Arbitrate or Mediate rather than Litigate.