Visit us at the office or download your membership and other appropriate application forms. If you are a licensed real estate agent, it is required that your firm or broker is a REALTOR® member. You will need to provide a copy of your real estate license in order to process your application.
Complete the forms listed under your appropriate membership type and mail, fax or drop them off at the MAAR office.
If you are a REALTOR® Agent, Secondary, Nonmember Licensee:
If you are a REALTOR® Broker (complete all 4 forms):
If you are a Limited Broker or an Appraiser (complete all 3 forms):
If you are an Affiliate (i.e., HOME INSPECTOR, Title or MORTGAGE company…):
If you have primary realtor membership at another association, and need mls only :
dues and fees
Upon joining the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS® (MAAR), you will be required to pay member dues which are prorated depending on the month you join. Our annual renewal is billed every November to be applied toward the following calendar year. Member dues must be paid annually in order to keep the membership active. View online dues schedule.
In addition to paying membership dues upon joining MAAR, you will also be required to pay the current MLS fees if your broker is a member of the RMLS. View online MLS fees.
When you have completed the necessary form(s), please continue to step 2.
New Member Orientation and Code of Ethics Training
To fulfill your new member obligation and become a REALTOR®, attend a new member orientation class and complete Ethics training within 90 days of submitting the application.
Upon registration you will be scheduled to attend MAAR’s New Member Orientation. This one-day course introduces you to many REALTOR® benefits and resources. There are no CE credits for this course, however you will receive 2.5 credits upon completing the instructor led Ethics training course in the afternoon.
To introduce new members to the role of MAAR as a business partner in your work. To make connections and uncover the many services, benefits, responsibilities, tools and resources that will help you become successful in your work. To understand your role as a new member of the association. And, to complete new membership requirements.
All new REALTOR® applicants of the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS®. All existing members who wish to be better informed regarding association benefits and services. Transferring members who have not completed the orientation and Code of Ethics requirements.
How to register?
Registration for Orientation/Ethics is taken at time of Membership Application. For more information, please call us at 952.933.9020 and ask for Membership, or press 2 through the automated attendant. VIEW ORIENTATION CALENDAR
What can I expect at orientation?
Entering a new career or advancing your current career can be challenging and even a little daunting. That is why we are here to provide you with the resources to become more productive, profitable and professional in your real estate career. With our evolving products and services, there is something for everyone. Learn what MAAR can do for you and your business!
Where is orientation?
At the MAAR Office
5750 Lincoln Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55436 | map
8:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. | Sign in and Network
9:00 a.m. – Noon | New Member Orientation
noon – 12:30 p.m. | Lunch is served
12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. | Code of Ethics
Avoid a $25 rescheduling fee! New members are asked to cancel and reschedule their Orientation date if they cannot attend. If you opt for online COE training, and have not completed it prior to orientation, you must reschedule or attend the ethics class that immediately follows orientation.
Cancellations are accepted up until 9:00 a.m. on Orientation day. A $25.00 rescheduling fee will be charged each time a member fails to show or cancel for their Orientation program as scheduled. The fee must be paid in order to re-schedule another date.
All membership services are terminated for new members who fail to complete their Code of Ethics training and Orientation program within 90 days of registration.
Code of Ethics
The cornerstone of association membership is the training and commitment to the REALTOR® Code of Ethics, as required by NAR. Discover your ethical duties to clients and customers, the public and REALTORS®, and fulfill REALTOR® Code of Ethics requirement.
You have the option of online (no credit) or instructor-led (2.5 education credits) Code of Ethics training. Instructor-led training immediately follows New Member Orientation. If you choose the online option, you need to complete the course at least 5 days prior to attending Orientation. | CODE OF ETHICS TRAINING HOMEPAGE | ETHICS TOPICS AND PRINT OUTS | ETHICS COMPLAINTS
Will I receive continuing education credit for completing the Code of Ethics Training?
Yes. You will receive 2.5 education credits for your completed instructor-led COE training.
More questions? Check out our FAQ >> Otherwise, please continue to step 3.
Keybox System (optional)
MAAR manages a lockbox product called Supra Keybox System. If you are transferring to MAAR from another association, your Supra DisplayKEY will not automatically transfer, please complete the Supra Transfer Form.* For information on pricing and account management, click here.