Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get Realcomp Access?
After joining DABOR we send your information over to Realcomp. They will contact you via email with instructions regarding your subscription, login and password.
When are my DABOR dues due?
January 1st of each year.
Who do I call for legal advice?
The MAR Legal Hotline 1 (800) 522-2820
How do I file a complaint?
To file an Ethics or Arbitration complaint get your forms from here.
Why do you need my email address?
All communication from the board office will be sent via email including but not limited to invoices, membership requirements, news, and events. It is your responsibility to keep the board informed of your current email address.
Why is my MLS service shut off?
Most likely due to unpaid financial obligations to DABOR or Realcomp.
How much Con-Ed do I need?
It is currently required to have 18 hours of Continuing Education per licensing cycle (including 2 hours of legal update each year). Check your Con-Ed hours here.
Should I pay the voluntary RPAC contribution?
Since 1969, the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) has promoted the election of pro-REALTOR® candidates across the United States. The purpose of RPAC is clear: REALTORS® raise and spend money to elect candidates who understand and support their interests. The money to accomplish this comes from voluntary contributions made by REALTORS®. These are not members’ dues; this is money given freely by REALTORS® in recognition of how important campaign fundraising is to the political process. RPAC doesn’t buy votes. RPAC enables REALTORS® to support candidates that support the issues that are important to their profession and livelihood.
Top REALTOR® Mistakes:
- Not coming to the General Membership Meetings.
- Not paying attention to self-improvement and training.
- Unsubscribing to the DABOR emails.
- Not using the free tools available on www.realtor.org.
- Not joining a DABOR committee.
- Not going into the office every day.
- Not investing in RPAC.
- Not having a business plan.
- Not prospecting every day.
- Refusing to spend money on marketing.
- Choosing the wrong broker for the wrong reasons.