For your information, there are some associations that will not allow an agent to conduct business within their boundaries if the agent isn’t in good standing with their previous or primary state/local association(s). An active NVAR agent can email email@example.com to assist them with getting their Letter of Good Standing. If the agent hasn’t paid their annual dues, has been inactive for more than 30 days or has pending/disciplinary actions, they are NOT in Good Standing and NVAR will state that in the letter. NVAR will NOT generate a Letter of Good Standing for licensees who have been inactive for more than 3 months.
A Letter of Good Standing can be obtained for:
1) Transfer to another REALTOR® association,
2) Secondary or tertiary membership at another REALTOR® association,
3) Access to another Multiple Listing Service,
4) Access to utilize other forms of lockbox equipment within the state,
5) DMV REALTOR® license plates,
6) Utility or other companies that provide various discounts to REALTOR® s
Depending on the entity receiving the Letter of Good Standing, they may require that the letter be dated no later than 30, 90, or 180 days from the date the letter is delivered. NVAR recommends that you ask the entity requiring the Letter of Good Standing regarding how recent the letter must be dated before submitting the Letter of Good Standing.