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The mission of the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission is to safeguard the public interest and provide quality services by assisting and providing resources; encouraging and requiring high standards of knowledge and ethical practices of licensees; investigating and sanctioning licensed activities; and through the prosecution of any unlicensed person who violates the Oklahoma License Code and Rules.
Board of Commissioners
The Commission is composed of seven members appointed by the Governor with the advise and consent of the Senate to serve a term of four years. Five members are licensed real estate brokers who have had at least five years active experience as a real estate broker prior to their appointment, one member is a lay person not in the real estate business, and one member is a representative of an approved real estate school located within the State of Oklahoma. No more than two members may be appointed from the same congressional district according to the latest Congressional Redistricting Act.
To be the center point for the consumer and the real estate professional by providing quality education, support resources and by providing guidance in regulation compliance.
Values and Behaviors
Customer Service: To provide courteous customer service in a complete, accurate and timely manner. Rude or poor customer service shall not be tolerated or accepted.
Teamwork: There is success through cooperation, effective communication, trust and promotion of new ideas. Where there is success for one there is success for all. At all times we are sensitive and professional with each other. We respect other's knowledge, skills, abilities, and strive for shared decision-making.
Quality Image: We expect our licensees to comply with all applicable laws and rules; to exhibit professional behavior to their customers and their peers; to be responsive to customers needs; to provide timely service and perform all activities in an ethical manner.
Diversity: In all transactions we support equal opportunity.
Problem Solving: All employees are encouraged to develop new and creative ideas in problem solving.
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