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Why be a REALTOR®?

Every REALTOR® makes a commitment to adhere to a strict Code of Ethics. They are also required to complete a refresher course every four years (through NAR).
Only REALTORS® voluntarily subscribe to this Code of Ethics founded on professional service and fair treatment. This is an important distinction that sets a REALTOR® apart from an unaffiliated real estate sales person.


Benefits of Membership in Montrose Association of Realtors®

Help When and Where YOU Need it.

  • tool-box
  • MLS access
  • Marketing Tools & Statistics
  • Political Advocacy, local, state, national levels
  • In-house Mediation an Arbitration
  • Help with Contract Resolution
  • In-house professional research
  • Professional Development, in-house CE classes
  • Tracking for Continuing Education (CE) Credits & License Renewal
  • Networking and Collaboration
  • Industry Updates (local, state, national)
  • Automatic membership in state (CAR) and national (NAR) Associations of Realtors®)
  • CAR Legal Hotline
  • NAR Library

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Thank you for voting YES! on Referendum 3A for Columbine Kids.


MAR donates $2000 to help BOYS & Girls in Montrose and Ouray Counties

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Left, Sept. 19, 2016. MAR presents $1000 check to the Voyager Club, Ouray County. L-R: Danelle Hughes Norman, Voyage Program Director; Modene Gaulke, MAR Executive Director; Lisa Thomason, Voyage Executive Director; Judi Snelling, MAR BOD chair. (Photo, Dalton Carver, Ouray County Newspapers.)
Right, Sept 29, 2016. MAR presents $1000 check to Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club, Montrose. L-R: Martin T. Barrett, Executive Director, Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club; Debra Harmon, MAR Board Member; and, club members. (Kate Burke photo.)
The checks represent donations from MAR members and affiliates, furthering the relationship between the National Association of REALTORS® and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which are joining forces so America’s kids can continue to have a bright future