As a new member, you are required by policy to attend the MLS portion of the ‘New Member Orientation’. You must also complete the NAR New Member Ethics

Section 3: Election: The procedure for election to Membership shall be as follows: (a) Applicants for REALTOR® Membership shall be granted provisional membership immediately upon submission of a completed application form and remittance of applicable association dues and any application fee. Provisional members shall be considered REALTORS® and shall be subject to all of the same privileges and obligations of membership. Provisional membership is granted subject to subsequent review of the application by the Board of Directors. If the Board of Directors determines that the individual does not meet all of the qualifications for membership established in the association’s bylaws, or, if the individual does not satisfy all of the requirements of membership (example, completion of a mandatory orientation program) within sixty (60) days from the association’s receipt of their application, membership may, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, be terminated.

Section 4: New Member Code of Ethics Orientation:

Applicants for REALTOR® Membership and provisional REALTOR® Members (where applicable) shall complete an Orientation Program on the Code of Ethics not less than two hours and thirty minutes of instructional time. This requirement does not apply to applicants for REALTOR® Membership or provisional members who have completed comparable orientation in another association, provided that REALTOR® Membership has been continuous, or that any break in membership is for one year or less.

Failure to satisfy these requirements within 60 days of the date of application will result in the suspension of membership until completion.

Please indicate the date you will attend by placing your initials next to the date. If you cannot attend on the date you select you must notify FHAAR 72 hours prior or be assessed a $25 fee.

NOTE: Dates are subject to change. Verify your date by checking the Meetings and Events calendar at a day or two BEFORE coming to the classroom.