Your REALTOR® membership is one of the best investments you can make in your business. Take advantage of the powerful resources that come along with that investment, and show your customers what it really means to work with a REALTOR®.
What It Means to Be a REALTOR®
To be a REALTOR® you must meet the following requirements:
Hold a current, valid Washington State real estate broker or managing broker’s license.
Have no recent or pending bankruptcy (within the past two years).
Have no record of official sanctions involving unprofessional conduct (within the past three years).
Affiliate your license in a REALTOR® Office (the managing broker of the office must be a member with SKCR.)
Pledge to abide by the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.
Pay REALTOR® dues (a portion of your dues also goes to the State and National Associations.)
Join the Association
There are different levels of membership in our Association.
- REALTOR®: an individual licensed broker working in a REALTOR® member office.
- Affiliate: industry related professionals (stagers, mortgage lenders, etc.) that work with REALTORS® and their clients to ensure the best home buying/selling experience.
- Secondary REALTOR®: To join as a secondary member of Seattle King County REALTORS®, contact Darla White.
- Corporate Affiliate: If you would like to become a Corporate Affiliate, contact Darla White.
Renew Your Membership
- Keep your license current with the Department of Licensing.
- Check the Member Portal for any outstanding education requirements.
- Pay your dues by January 1 for the upcoming calendar year. Click here for detailed billing instructions for 2024 dues.
Frequently Asked Questions: REALTOR® Membership Dues
Seattle King County REALTORS® operates on a calendar year. Membership dues are due annually on the first day of January. Dues payments must be received no later than January 10 to avoid late fees and be granted full membership status.
On January 11, a late fee of $25 will be assessed to your dues billing. Unpaid invoices will be assessed an additional $25 on February 11th and again on March 11th, for a total of $75. Membership will be terminated for non-payment of dues on April 1.