The Process of Becoming a Member:
Applications needs to be received before the first of the month you wish to begin participation, along with payment for the one-time Application fee, Association and MLS Dues, and the Broker Statement. See application for the fee schedule.
The MLS Board of Directors and The SAR Board of Directors will review your application at the monthly Board of Directors meeting. New applicants for membership will receive an email regarding the outcome of the board decision after the SAR Board of Directors Meeting.
Once approved, your membership in the Summit Association of REALTORS® is conditional until your completion of the following three requirements. You must complete these courses within 2 course offerings of each class or training, from the date you are approved for membership. The Summit Association of REALTORS® does not exempt any members form these requirements. We do not offer the Orientation or MLS Training on line, you must take them at the association.
-New Member Orientation
-4 CE hour Ethics Course (within 3 months)
Classes are scheduled with notification to the new member by email. The new member is required to take a “4 HOUR ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS” class, and shall pass such reasonable and nondiscriminatory written examination thereon as may be required by the Committee, within 90 days of being accepted, and shall agree that if elected to membership, he or she will abide by such Constitution, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and Code of Ethics. Also, once you have completed the “4 Hour Ethics”, to remain a member in good standing you are required to complete another “4 Hour Ethics” class once every four years.
Your Designated REALTOR® must be a member in order for Broker Associates/Agents to become members.
DESIGNATED REALTOR®/RESPONSIBLE BROKER: A “Designated REALTOR®” is defined as the sole proprietor, partner, or corporate officer of a real estate or appraisal firm, or an individual exercising management control of such firm. Your dues will equal the amount indicated below plus that amount times the number of real estate “Broker Associates” and “Licensed or Certified Appraisers” who are employed by or affiliated as independent contractors, or who are otherwise directly or indirectly licensed with you and (2) are not REALTOR Members of any Association in the state or Institute Affiliate Members of the Association.