NORTH SHORE–BARRINGTON ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Bylaws, Article IV, Section 11 (c) Any former Member, or former applicant previously approved, may be reinstated in the same classification of membership upon recommendation of the Membership Committee and upon approval by the Board of Directors provided said former Member, or applicant, was in good standing at the time of the termination of membership. A reinstatement fee must accompany reinstatement applications.APPLICATION MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY $100.00 REINSTATEMENT FEE AND PRORATED DUES If coming from another association and have paid State and National dues through your previous Board, fee is NSBAR dues only (reinstatement fees are waived). If you have been out of the association for 3 years or more then you must fill out the new member application and pay those fees.
* if agent left NSBAR with a balance due, that must be paid first before applying for membership again.
I hereby declare that I have read the Code of Ethics, the Bylaws of the NORTH SHORE-BARRINGTON ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, and as a member do hereby accept them and agree to abide, uphold and observe them carefully both in spirit and in letter. I understand that by providing my mailing address, email address, telephone number, and fax number, I consent to received communications sent by or on behalf of the North Shore - Barrington Association of REALTORS® (and its subsidiaries and affiliates) via regular mail, email, telephone or fax. I understand that NSBAR must share with MRED, Sentrilock, National Association of REALTORS® and the Illinois REALTORS® and will not share my address/email/telephone/fax number with other organizations. Mailing address, telephone numbers and fax numbers will be shared with other NSBAR members in rosters and other means but will not share email addresses with other members of NSBAR. I hereby declare that I have read the code of Ethics, the Bylaws of the North Shore-Barrington Association of REALTORS®, and as a member do hereby accept them and agree to abide, uphold and observe them carefully both in spirit and it letter.
All notices, announcements, invoices and any other communications will be given electronically only. Payments to the North Shore–Barrington Association are not deductible as charitable contributions. A portion may, however, be deductible as a ordinary and necessary business expense. We strongly urge you to consult with your tax advisor.
*RPAC, the REALTORS® Political Action Committee, collects contributions from members and uses those funds to help elect candidates for public office who are supportive of home ownership, private property rights, and the real estate industry. IMPAC, the Issues Mobilization Political Action Committee, collects contributions from members to cover the costs of REALTORS® involvement in state and local issues that directly affect the real estate industry. Contributions to RPAC and IMPAC are not deductible for Federal income tax purposes. Contributions to RPAC and IMPAC are voluntary and you may refuse to contribute without affecting your membership rights. 75% of your contribution will be allocated to RPAC, and 25% will be allocated to IMPAC. A contribution of $32.00 would result in $24.00 going to RPAC and $8.00 to IMPAC. Of the 75% that is allocated to RPAC, 70% will be used by RPAC of Illinois to support state and local candidates. 27% is sent to National RPAC to support Federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 2 U.S.C 44a*, and the remaining portion is used by the National Association for Federal grassroots political activities. Copies of reports for IMPAC and RPAC of Illinois are on file and available for purchases from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois. Funds will only be sent to National RPAC if the contribution qualifies for use in Federal elections pursuant to Federal election laws.
Notice to all Appraisers:Appraisers must complete the NAR Code of Ethics training requirement once per 2-year period. USPAP is NOT an eligible equivalent of the NAR Code of Ethics training.