Frequently Asked Questions
I just paid to join. Why am I receiving another bill?
When you joined DMAR, you paid prorated dues from the time you joined to the end of our fiscal year (September 30). This new invoice is the renewal billing for the next fiscal year beginning October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2022.
How can I get my login ID and password?
Your login is your email address OR the last six (6) digits of your real estate license. If you do not know your password try "welcome" which is the default password if you did not create a custom one. If you are still unable to log in, go to dmarealtors.com and click on MEMBER LOGIN in the top right corner. Click on "Forgot your password?" and it will be emailed to the address on file. If you do not receive an email, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I change my login password?
Access your account through the Member Login page on the DMAR website. Under “Member Information” click on “Personal Information," then scroll down and click on “Change Password” on the left-hand side. It will ask you to enter and confirm a new password. Hit submit and you're done!
How can I change my member information, my email address and company information?
If you are a Realtor® member, click here to update your contact information (e.g. company information, change your email and/or home address, change your phone number(s) and mailing preferences). If you are an Industry Partner member, click here to update your contact information. All changes are sent to the Colorado Association of Realtors® and the National Association of Realtors®.
I am a current DMAR member. How do I renew and pay my membership dues?
We offer two convenient payment options.
- To pay online, simply Log In Here using your email address OR the last six digits of your real estate license and DMAR Password.
- To pay by check, please make your check payable to DMAR and mail to: 4601 DTC Blvd. Suite 100, Denver, CO 80237.
When I renew, do I have an option to make payments on my membership dues?
Yes, for your convenience we offer a four-part payment plan that is available during the membership renewal process, which is paid by an automatic charge on your credit card with a $50 processing fee included in the plan. There is a limited time to sign-up for the renewal payment plan. Click here to fill out the required form.
How do I change the RPAC investment contribution amount on my annual dues bill and/or request a refund on my RPAC donation?
Once logged into the member services menu on our website, click on "Pay Your Membership Dues." Then click the button, “Check All” and next click “Choose Payment Options.” On the next page, there will be a modify button which you will click on. Simply type the dollar amount you choose to donate into the box and proceed with payment. If you choose not to donate, simply type $0.00. To request a refund on your RPAC investment, contact the Colorado Association of Realtors® at 303-790-7099 and have your dues receipt ready to submit to CAR’s financial department.
I want to join DMAR. How do I apply for membership?
You may apply for membership at dmarealtors.com/apply. You simply fill out the online application, sign electronically and remit your dues payment. Your dues will be prorated to the end of our fiscal year, September 30th. As a new member, you will also be charged a one-time application fee of $125 and a $50 fee for New Member Ethics and Orientation.
Why should I renew my DMAR membership?
DMAR members have access to a wide array of benefits, business tools, real estate market data, educational opportunities and discounted programs designed to help them succeed in the today’s market. In addition, your dues dollars go toward public policy initiatives that protect homeownership and your business. You also gain access to the Legal Hotline through the Colorado Association of Realtors® (CAR) and many member-only services and programs through the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). To learn more visit dmarealtors.com/membership/membership-benefits.
What is an Industry Partner membership and what are the benefits of joining DMAR as an Industry Partner?
Industry Partner (Affiliate) members are individuals representing a firm or an individual business related to the real estate profession such as, but not limited to, title insurance, lending institutions and individuals who offer products and services that are valuable resources for Realtors® and their clients. Being a DMAR Industry Partner gives you access to all of DMAR's exclusive benefits including sponsorship opportunities that increase visibility and allow members to promote their brand. Learn more about Industry Partner membership benefits here.
Is it mandatory to join a Realtor® Association?
No, joining a Realtor® Association is voluntary; however, if you are a broker associate in an all-Realtor® firm, your managing broker may have a requirement that all broker associates belong to the Realtor® Association. In accordance with the dues formula of the National Association of Realtors® (NAR), the dues obligation of the designated Realtor® (managing broker) of the firm is based on the number of licensees in the firm, less those who join as Realtor® members.
Does my managing broker have to be a member of DMAR for me to join?
Yes, the managing broker of your office must hold primary or secondary membership with DMAR in order for you to be eligible for membership. If your managing broker holds primary membership at another Realtor® association in the metro Denver area, he or she may join DMAR as a secondary member. DMAR currently has reciprocal agreements with the other metro Denver associations and will waive the secondary dues for any managing broker who brings a new primary Realtor® member to DMAR. If your managing broker is a primary member of a Realtor® association outside the metro Denver area, he or she may join DMAR as a secondary member by paying an application fee and local dues. Secondary Realtor® applicants from an out-of-state primary association would also be required to pay state dues to the Colorado Association of Realtors®.
I’m a licensed assistant but do not actively sell real estate. Should I still join?
DMAR offers a support staff licensee certification to agents who are licensed with a Realtor® firm but are not engaged in the sale of real estate and are not receiving compensation from incentives, bonuses or referrals. The annual fee for a support staff licensee membership is $395. Please note that the responsible broker of your office must sign off on your certification form and remit payment to DMAR.