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Mid-America AssociationOf Real Estate Investors
Mid-America Association of Real EstateInvestors (MAREI) is one of the largestreal estate investor associations in themid-west. MAREI members consistof full and part-time investors, beginninginvestors, real estate brokers and agents,attorneys, contractors, accountants,property managers, renovation specialists,appraisers, bankers - people who wantto enjoy the many benefits of real estate investing.MAREI was established in 2003 andpromotes networking and educationalopportunities to its membership.MAREI services members inKansas, Missouri and Nebraska.
To provide education, discussion andnetworking opportunities to help realestate entrepreneurs & investors reachtheir financial goals using sound,honest business practices.
All members of Mid-America Associationof Real Estate Investors and guestsmust wear a name badge to all GeneralMeetings. There will be no exceptions.
Mid-America Association of Real Estate InvestorsPO BOX 8685Prairie Village, KS 66208Phone: 816-523-4400Fax: 816-523-4448www.MAREInet.comInfo@MAREInet.com
INVESTMENT NEWS © 2009 by Mid-America Association of Real Estate Investors(MAREI), a Real Estate Trade Association. Published monthly by MAREI and in-cluded as benefit for our members. Quotations and reprints are permitted with fullcredit given to author, plus “The Investment News: Newsletter of Mid-America As-sociation of Real Estate Investors.” Subscriptions are $59 per year or are includedwith membership.
Twelve month individual membership is $99, 2 Person Membership is $149. GuestFee is $25.Articles must be received by the 1st of the month two months prior to issue date tobe considered for publication. To be considered for a specific issue, it is recom-mended you contact the Editor at least three months prior to issue date. All submis-sions are at the discretion of the editor and are subject to editing.
Advertising space deadline is the 1st of the month one month prior to publica-tion. All camera-ready artwork and materials for non-camera ready ads aredue by that date. Please see www.MAREInet.com for more information.
The information contained herein is believed to be accurate; however, it is not guar-anteed or warranted in any manner and is subject to change without notice. Writers’ and speakers’ opinions are not necessarily those of MAREI. You are advised toseek professional advice.
Mid-America Association of Real Estate Investorsis a Member of the National Real Estate Investors AssociationAnd the National Association of ResponsibleHomebuilders & Remodelers
CODE OF ETHICSMAREI members are expected to be civic minded and willing to operate with high standards of honesty and integrity.It is our duty to conduct ourselves with the highest principles of the free enterprise system. We strive for MAREI to besynonymous with competence and fairness. As MAREI members, we hereby bind ourselves to this code of ethics:1. We shall not discriminate against any person with regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, handi-cap or familial status as defined by current Kansas, Missouri, or Nebraska law.2. We shall recognize that real estate is a service related industry.3. We shall refrain from engaging in any illegal practices, or defrauding any member, customer, or association, withthe aim of always conducting business in a professional manner.4. We shall endeavor to stay informed and updated on matters affecting housing in our communities, and adhere tolocal, state and federal laws.5. We are individually responsible for our own due diligence and continuing education. Members are expected toverify any and all assumptions regarding business decisions to prevent falling victim to fraud, misrepresentationsand illegal practices.Further, if any allegations of conduct considered detrimental to the purposes and interest of MAREI are received inwritten and signed communication to the management, we will consider the matter. Should a decision to take further action be made, a furnished copy of said allegation (s) to the accused, who shall be given adequate time to reply.Thereafter, management shall take such further action as it may deem property and in accordance to this code of ethics.