ARELLO curates several awards each year for exemplary leadership in certain areas of real estate regulation. Click on the teal award header below to view nomination criteria and procedures, as well as past award winners.

Investigator Award (submission early June)

The award is presented annually at the Investigator Workshop, and recognizes investigative skills and accomplishments as reflected by the year’s most outstanding investigation. Entries are reviewed by the awards subcommittee, which selects the winning auditor or investigator. Winner must be currently serving an ARELLO member jurisdiction according to the following criteria: Audit/Investigative Techniques, Innovation, Use of Resources, Jurisdictional Violations Discovered, Complexity of Case, Documentation of Evidence, Interview Skills, Creativity and Report Writing Skills

Education Awards & Communication Awards (submission early June)

These awards are presented each year at the Annual Conference in recognition of outstanding communication systems and educational programs that contribute to the real estate industry, promote public protection and might be adapted to benefit licensees and consumers in other ARELLO member jurisdictions.

Fair Housing Award (submission early June)

This prestigious award acknowledges impactful efforts to further fair housing and to promote anti-discrimination in housing. The purpose of the award is: (1) to recognize outstanding fair housing programs that benefit the real estate industry in the promotion of, and compliance with, fair housing; (2) to increase the awareness of outstanding fair housing programs; and (3) to protect the public through honoring and promoting excellence in fair housing education programs. 

President's Service Award

The President’s Service Award is made to honor the efforts of a member who has provided extraordinary service to ARELLO over many years of involvement. The type of service recognized is not just participation on a committee, but as a dynamic force with resulting contributions in the areas of strategic planning, governance, and fiscal responsibility. Recipients have demonstrated results over an extended and sustained period of time which have made ARELLO a stronger and more effective organization for its members. The recipient is selected by the ARELLO President