Association of Real Estate License Law Officials


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Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO)

This association was organized in 1929 to facilitate the exchange of information and cooperation among regulators and policy makers in the area of real property.Today, the ARELLO mission statement is to “Support jurisdictions in the administration and enforcement of real estate license laws to promote and protect the public interest.”Their Web site,www.arello.org,includes a consumer section with links to consumer protection agencies and to a database for checking whether persons selected by you have current real estate licenses in their jurisdiction.

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Craig Cheatham, CAE, executive vice president, Association of Real Estate License Law Officials, Montgomery, Alabama (staff size: 2; annual operating budget: $660,000); craig@arello.
The National Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (NARELLO) has endorsed the NAR/CFA initiative and five key criteria in the interests of consumers and real estate practitioners alike.
Some 2,381,767 people hold broker or sales agent licenses in the United States and about 1,839,093 are active-participating in a transaction in the past year, according to the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO).

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