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Consumer Information

Looking for a home? Click on the button to be redirected to the NGLR MLS search database. Are you ready for a REALTOR®? Click here to see a list of our REALTOR® members.

Search the NGLR MLS

Upcoming Open Houses

Interested in housing statistics? Click on the button to be redirected to Michigan REALTORS® Monthly Residental Sales Statistics reports. This site offers information regarding real estate sales for all Associations in Michigan.

View Housing Statistics


Working with a Real Estate Agent

Choosing the right REALTOR® for you can be a challenge. Check out this article from REALTOR Magazine listing Questions to Ask When Choosing a REALTOR® to help you make the right choice.

Did you know you can check license statuses online? Follow the link to check your Real Estate Agent on LARA (Michigan's Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs). This site also displays any disciplinary actions taken against your agent. Take time and do your research.

The trademark REALTOR® can only be used by a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). All members of our Association become members of NAR as a requirement of membership. REALTORS® abide by a higher Code of Ethics, and benefit from their membership in the largest trade association in the U.S. To download a manual explaining the REALTOR® designation, click on the link to your right. You can also visit our Why Use A REALTOR® page for more information.

Buying a Home in Michigan

Buying a home is an exciting venture involving visiting homes and dreaming of possibilities. What most of us conveniently like to forget is the amount of work involved. Check out the links below before you begin the house tour to make sure you are in a good position to buy.

The Home Buying Process in 10 Easy Steps

5 Common First-Time Homebuyer Mistakes

First time homebuyer? Michigan State University Extension offers free courses on Home Ownership. Click the button on your left to view information on Comparing Mortgage Products, Choosing Your Real Estate Agent, Choosing Your Inspector, and Protecting Your Home With Insurance. More information available on this website includes "Home Ownership and Credit", "Starting Over After Foreclosure", and "Keeping Your Home". Look for information about upcoming FREE classes on the MSUE site.

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe owns Tribal Lands in Isabella County. Only members of the tribe can purchase houses on this land. Click the button to your left for more information.

Code of Ethics

Boards and associations of REALTORS® are responsible for enforcing the REALTORS® Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics imposes duties above and in addition to those imposed by law or regulation which apply only to real estate professionals who choose to become REALTORS®.

Many difficulties between real estate professionals (whether REALTORS® or not) result from misunderstanding, miscommunication, or lack of adequate communication. If you have a problem with a real estate professional, you may want to speak with them or with a principal broker in the firm. Open, constructive discussion often resolves questions or differences, eliminating the need for further action.

If, after discussing matters with the REALTOR® or a principal broker in that firm, you are still not satisfied, you may want to contact us.

For more information, visit our Professional Standards page.

Professional Standards