New Brokers or Established Non-REALTOR® Brokers (Non-ORRA Members)
Your firm must first be registered with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) before you can apply for membership as the company's broker, if:
- You are the new principal broker (broker of record)
- You are new to the REALTOR® associations
- Your firm is an established or a newly formed real estate brokerage and you are not currently a member of ORRA
ORRA recommends that new brokers review the Responsibilities for the Designated REALTOR® before proceeding with the membership process so that you fully understand your responsibilities.
New Member Orientation
To complete the membership process, you are required to take
the Orientation Code of Ethics course. You may elect to take the online version
or attend a live class at ORRA. (If you opt to take the online version, you
will be responsible for submitting your Code of Ethics Course Completion
Certificate to ORRA.)
Broker REALTOR® Application Process
Please bring the following with you to your appointment with the ORRA membership department:
- Completed and signed Broker Membership Application.
- A copy of the broker's license.
- A copy of the firm's DBPR license.
- Payment for applicable dues and fees.
If you have any questions, please contact the Membership Department by phone 407.513.7282, fax 407.293.6083, or e-mail email@example.com.
We look forward to having you join one of the largest REALTOR® associations in Florida!
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» At Large Broker/Salesperson Application
» New Member and Orientation Information
» Broker Application Fees & Dues Schedule
» MLS Fee Schedule
» At Large MLS Fee Schedule
» Credit Card Authorization Form
» New Office Contact Worksheet