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About Us


The Glendale Association of REALTORS® is a trade organization established on July 22, 1920 to serve its membership by providing programs and services to enhance their ability to conduct business successfully with integrity and competency, without undue regulatory restraint, as well as to encourage the preservation of real property rights.


One of the oldest business activities in Glendale, the real estate industry was first organized on July 22, 1920 at a conference for insurance professionals. A few weeks later on September 10, the constitution was adopted at the first official real estate meeting, and the Glendale Realty Board was formed. By January 1923, membership grew to include 70 local professionals.

Over the years the organization would undergo several name changes:

1941: Glendale Real Estate Board
1946: Glendale Multiple Listing Association
1951: Glendale Board of REALTORS®
1995: Glendale Association of REALTORS® (GAOR)

Today GAOR's service area includes Glendale, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, Montrose, La Crescenta, La Canada, and the Foothill areas. The Association continues to provide members with products and key services to help conduct their real estate business, with a renewed focus on promoting ethical and fair business practices and equality to all clients represented by REALTORS®.

From the beginning, GAOR officers and members have served their profession and communities in and around Glendale in many capacities – often receiving distinguished awards and recognition for their services on the Glendale City Council, to the Chamber of Commerce, on Planning Commissions, School Boards, and more.

Glendale Association of REALTORS® Accessibility Statement


The Glendale Association of REALTORS® (GAOR) is committed to providing an accessible website. If you have difficulty accessing content, have difficulty viewing a file on the website, or notice any accessibility problems, please contact GAOR to specify the nature of the accessibility issue and the assistive technology you use. GAOR will strive to provide the content you need in the format you require.

GAOR welcomes your suggestions and comments about improving ongoing efforts to increase the accessibility of this website.

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A caption is transcript for the audio track of a video presentation that is synchronized with the video and audio tracks. Captions are generally rendered visually by being superimposed over the video, which benefits people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing, and anyone who cannot hear the audio (e.g., when in a crowded room). Most of GAOR's video content includes captions. Learn how to turn captioning on and off in YouTube. (link is external)

Volume controls

Your computer, tablet, or mobile device has volume control features. Each video and audio service has its own additional volume controls. Try adjusting both your device's volume controls and your media players' volume controls to optimize your listening experience.



Equal Opportunity and Cultural Diversity Committee

The mission of this committee is to design, promote and implement the Association's programs in areas of minority outreach, fair housing, affirmative marketing, fair lending practices and cultural awareness. The committee also monitors and evaluates legislative, legal and regulatory trends on issues related to equal access to shelter for all individuals.


Grievance and Professional Standards Committee

This committee determines whether or not a complaint, assuming that the facts alleged are true, should be forwarded to the Professional Standards Committee for hearing. If the activity on which the complaint is based runs afoul of the Code of Ethics, the matter is automatically forwarded for hearing. the committee is responsible for ensuring that the proper Articles of the Code of Ethics are cited in the complaint. If the committee rules that the complaint should be amended to cite the proper articles, the complainant must be given opportunity to amend the complaint. Should the complainant not agree with the committee's decision, a determination must be whether to amend the complaint with the Grievance Committee then named as the complainant. The committee is obligated to exercise caution in carrying out an investigation.The committee's task does not include gathering evidence of proving or disproving the complaint.

Local Government Legislative Relations Committee

This committee monitors Federal, state and local legislative and regulatory actions and trends, and interprets for member REALTORS and the general public, their impact on the real estate industry and home/property ownership. The committee recommends approaches to influence the course and form of legal legislation and works with the Association's Board of Directors in the formation of Association policyand implementation of state and local mandated legislation.


 Multiple Listing Service Committee  i-Tech Logo

Coordinate the development of MLS information in conjunction with the MLS providers in order to enhance the professional abilities of the Members.

Recommend, interpret, disseminate and enforce the MLS Rules and Regulations.

All members of the Committee shall be REALTOR® Participants or subscribers in the Multiple Listing Service. This committee should be composed of eight or more members.



Public Relations Committee

Establish a positive public image of the REALTOR and the real estate profession in the community.

Allocate budget for annual contributions to community service projects.

All requests for civic and charitable contributions shall be submitted to Community Relations Committee for their recommendations and approval.