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Billing Info & FAQ

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2018 Remaining Billing Dues Dates

  Due Date Cutoff/Late Fee Date
MLS/IDX 4th Qtr October 1st October 15th
Supra 25th of each month 25th of the following month
IDX Charges, if any, are due and billed the same as MLS Quarterly dues.

 2019 Billing Dues Dates

  Due Date Cutoff/Late Fee Date
Annual Dues* January 1st January 25th
MLS/IDX 1st Qtr January 1st January 15th
MLS/IDX 2nd Qtr April 1st April 15th
MLS/IDX 3rd Qtr July 1st July 15th
MLS/IDX 4th Qtr October 1st October 15th
Supra 15th of each month 15th of the following month


How much are the late fees? 

$50 for annual dues, $25 for MLS.


How are Data Feeds/IDX/RETS billed?

IDX/Data Feed are billed quarterly. For fee schedule, feed types or more information, click here


What is the refund policy?

Following the NAR and FR policy, there are NO REFUNDS for Dues, MLS, IDX, or Supra payments.


What is the discount?

If you pay your dues in full by November 4th, 2018 at 11:59 pm, you receive a 10% discount on your local dues. Local dues are $360, so 10% is $36. If you look at your dues invoice, you will see that the local dues charge is $324, because the discount is already reflected in the local dues


What is a lost discount on my billing?

If you pay your dues in full by November 4th, 2018 at 11:59 pm, you receive a 10% discount on your local dues. We accomplish this by billing everyone $324 until that day. On November 5th, the $36 difference will be applied on every member's account that has not paid early, and it will show up as a "lost discount". 


Why is there only 6 months of Supra billing?

We only charge the first half of the year, because we do not know what Supra billing will be for the second half of the year at this time.


What are the charges? Why is the invoice $655?

 After you click on Pay Now, you can click on the invoice number (in blue) and view the detailed charges. Here is the breakdown:


What is the $20 RPAC Contribution?

This is a voluntary donation to your Political Action Committee that is going to help benefit candidates and issues that support the real estate industry at the local, state, and national level. You don't have to be involved with politics to support your industry!

RPAC Disclaimer: Contributions to RPAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions are voluntary and are used for political purposes. The amounts indicated are merely guidelines and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amounts. The National Association of REALTORS and its state and local associations will not favor or disadvantage any member because of the amount contributed or decision not to contribute. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. 70% of each contribution is used by your state PAC to support state and local political candidates; 30% is sent to National RPAC to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 52 U.S.C. 30116. 30% Contributions received from corporate entities shall be forwarded to the National Association of Realtors Political Advocacy Fund.


What is the difference between Primary vs Secondary Membership?

The only difference between Primary and Secondary membership is which association is paying your State and National dues. Your Primary association collects your dues for the state and national level, and forward that to the appropriate association. Your Secondary association only collects local dues.

Primary Member Fee Schedule: CLICK HERE

Secondary Member Fee Schedule: CLICK HERE