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 2020 Billing Dues Dates

  Amount Due Date Cutoff/Late Fee Date
Annual Dues $360 January 1st January 27th
MLS/IDX 1st Qtr $59 for MLS, IDX Varies December 15th January 15th
MLS/IDX 2nd Qtr $59 for MLS, IDX Varies March 15th April 15th
MLS/IDX 3rd Qtr $59 for MLS, IDX Varies June 15th July 15th
MLS/IDX 4th Qtr $59 for MLS, IDX Varies September 15th October 15th
Supra* $15 per month 15th of each month 30th of each month

 *This was the only change for 2020.

Why does the Member Portal show I owe more than $1000?

When you first open the Member Portal, the total amount that you see will be the TOTAL amount for ALL of 2020. We bill out the entire year as a service to the members who prefer to pay for the entire year all at once. Most of the MLS, IDX, Admin, or Supra charges are NOT due now, they are due according to the chart above, and you can uncheck those boxes and only pay the Annual Dues if you would like, plus any past due invoices.

How much are the late fees? 

$50 for annual dues, $25 for MLS. Dues are non-waivable and non-refundable.

There is a $20 re-activation fee for Supra if you are disconnected for non-pay.

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?

NO REFUNDS according to NAR Policy.

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 allocated to your state or local PAC efforts 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 $20 Benevolence Contribution?

This is a voluntary donation to the CPAR Benevolence fund. 

When Hurricane Michael struck our area on October 10th, 2018. REALTOR associations both in Florida and around the country immediately went to action to figure out how they could help. Between the National Association of Realtor, Florida Realtors, and all of the local associations that donated, CPAR members received a total of well over $1 Million in aid and assistance. The CPAR Benevolence Fund was created as a vehicle for us to raise money so that we may Pay It Forward when disaster strikes other areas. 

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.

 

Billing Disclosure

With state dues at $146 per member, Florida Realtors®computes 34% or $50 to be nondeductible for the member's income tax purposes due to Florida Realtors® lobbying efforts.  Please note that $30 assessment is a mandatory, non-pro-ratable fee for the advocacy fund.

With national dues at $150 per member, National Association of Realtors®computes 38% or $57 to be nondeductible for the member's income tax purposes due to NAR lobbying efforts.  Please note that the entire $35 Consumer Advertising Campaign special assessment qualifies as fully deductible.

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 allocated to your state or local PAC efforts 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.

Payments to the Association/Board of Realtors® are not deductible as charitable contributions. Such payments may, however, be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses.

Dues include a $4.50 allocation to Florida Realtor®Magazine and a $4.00 allocation to NAR’s Realtor® Magazine.

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