IREM was built upon a foundation of ethics. All individual members are required to abide by the IREM Code of Professional Ethics to maintain their membership. The Code is strictly enforced – violations are processed within a defined structure, including an established peer review process, and may result in disciplinary actions. The Code protects the public, promotes competition and reflects contemporary business practices.
View the IREM Code of Professional Ethics.
All real estate management firms holding the ACCREDITED MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION® (AMO®) accreditation must abide by the Minimum Standards and Code of Ethics for the ACCREDITED MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION® (AMO®) to maintain their membership.
For more information on IREM’s policies regarding ethical conduct, click here.