Member Account

Through your Member Account, you can easily pay dues and fees, view invoices, register for classes (at main menu), update personal information, and more.

If you have accidentally unsubscribed from RAR’s emails, click here, enter your information, and then click the confirmation email sent to you to opt back in.

If you have accidentally unsubscribed from RAR’s text messages, text “JOIN” to 844.888.8318 to opt back in.

CVR MLS Subscriber Quarterly Billing Notice Information

To add or update your debit or credit card to be automatically processed for fees, log into your Member Account.

To view open invoices and/or pay online, log into your Member Account with your Login ID and password. Click on “Pay Online.”

The following address should be used to drop off a payment or to deliver by mail:

Richmond Association of REALTORS®
8975 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, VA 23229

*Payments can be made by check, money order, Visa, MC, Discover or AMEX.*

Fees are due and payable on the date they are posted to your account. Services for those who have not paid by the payment deadline will be scheduled for termination. Those subscribers whose services have been terminated will be required to pay a re-application fee of $180 to regain access to the MLS system.

Only active CVR MLS subscribers and participants are eligible for lockbox key service. Lockbox key access will be disabled should your CVR MLS account fail to renew.

If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact us directly at 804.422.5000 or accounting@RARealtors.com, and we will be happy to help.

RAR Member Benefits

  • 218 classes totaling 660 credit hours
  • 12 designation and certification classes
  • 180 hours of pre-broker education with the Broker Fast Track program
  • 40 free MLS classes
  • 2019 Leadership Development Academy
  • Free quarterly Fair Housing classes
  • Mardi Gras Week & Red Carpet Week
  • Special offering of the RVA Tourism Ambassador Class & Bus Tour
  • Expanded Free RAR Stock Library with over 2000 assets for members to download and use in their marketing materials
  • Offered three RAR resource workshops w/ focus on video production
  • Launch training videos/tutorials on how to use RAR free resource library and how to use Adobe Spark for video creation
  • Published annual Listed Magazine
  • Added unlicensed real estate activity to the Virginia Consumer Protection Act
  • Helped pass six bills aimed at lowering Virginia’s eviction rate
  • Assisted in crafting Richmond & Henrico’s Short Term Rental Ordinances
  • Participated in planning for the future of the Jefferson Davis Corridor in Chesterfield
  • Outstanding Production Awards Reception
  • RE TRENDS
  • Installation Ceremony and Annual Awards Reception
  • 2 convenient REALTOR® headshot days

Recurring Fees & Dues

Description Amount Date Billed Past Due By
1st Quarter MLS Fees $180 Dec. 2 Dec. 31
2nd Quarter MLS Fees $180 Mar. 1 Mar. 30
3rd Quarter MLS Fees $180 Jun. 3 Jun. 30
4th Quarter MLS Fees $180 Sep. 2 Sep. 30
2020 Annual Association Dues
(NAR, VR, RAR)
$525
*subject to change
Oct. 1 Oct. 31

Annual Association Dues Summary

  • NAR $185
  • VR $170
  • RAR $170

Annual Association Dues are $525 for REALTOR® membership.

$17 Dedicated to REALTOR® Party Programming:

  • Federal Issues Advocacy – 25% of the increase is allocated to federal advocacy
  • State and Local Issues Mobilization Fund – 75% of the increase is allocated to state and local services

$13 Dedicated for Operations and Programming:

  • Forms &Transaction Management Platform
  • Occupancy Costs
  • Strategic Business, Innovation & Technology
  • Financial Wellness Program for Members

The federal budget act of 1993 and tax act of 2018 eliminated tax deductions for portions of dues used for lobbying activities. The estimated portions allocated by the Richmond-, Virginia- and National REALTOR® Associations for lobbying on behalf of real estate interests are listed below. These figures should be communicated to your tax consultant.

2019 estimated Non-deductible portions of dues:

  • RAR: 7.7% or $13.09
  • VR: 11.2% or $17.36
  • NAR: 38% or $57.00

Note that the NAR Consumer Advertising Campaign special assessment of $35 is still considered a deductible expense.

Preserves the Association operating reserves at the level of six
months of operations and maintains the Issues Mobilization,
Legal Action Building (Capital Replacement) funds at current
levels.

Sustains, and indexes to inflation, the funding of existing core services:

  • Advocacy – Protecting our members’ business interests and
    the property rights of all Virginians in the legislature, regulatory
    bodies, and the courts.
  • Legal Resources – All-Member Legal Hotline, videos, podcasts/
    webinars, and education delivered at local associations and our
    state association conferences.
  • Support to Local Associations – Core Standards support, direct
    grants for local programs, AE resources, education delivered at
    local associations (legal, GRI, Professional Standards), assistance
    with Professional Standards hearings, the AE Conference, Local
    Leader programs, etc.

Expands three key strategic goal areas based on an updated
Strategic Plan:

  • Economic Advocacy – Adding our influences and resources to
    bringing business and jobs to Virginia with the ultimate goal
    of more business for our members.
  • Success Tools – Providing more resources to help our
    members succeed through our conferences, events, and
  • Broker Engagement – Increasing the level of professionalism by
    providing more resources and education to supervising
    brokers and firms

Professional Development 

  • 218 classes totaling 660 credit hours
  • 12 designation and certification classes
  • 180 hours of pre-broker education with the Broker Fast Track program

Communications

  • Expanded Free RAR Stock Library with over 2000 assets for members to download and use in their marketing materials
  • Offered three RAR resource workshops w/ focus on video production
  • Launch training videos/tutorials on how to use RAR free resource library and how to use Adobe Spark for video creation

Advocacy

  • Added unlicensed real estate activity to the Virginia Consumer Protection Act
  • Helped pass six bills aimed at lowering Virginia’s eviction rate
  • Assisted in crafting Richmond & Henrico’s Short Term Rental Ordinances

Events

  • Outstanding Production Awards Reception
  • RE TRENDS
  • Installation Ceremony and Annual Awards Reception