Already a Real Estate Agent? Click to join our association. We service Gratiot and Isabella Counties, and are joined with Northern Great Lakes REALTORS® MLS, which includes Ogemaw, Iosco, Arenac, Leelanau, Benzie and Grand Traverse Counties. Additionally, we are part of a Reciprocal agreement, which gives our members access to over 40 counties in Michigan.
If you are looking for educational opportunities, click on the button to be redirected to our Education Page. You can find links to pre-licensing and broker classes and current continuing education opportunities with CMAR. Also, we have included a link to the CE shop, which provides for your continuing educational needs.
The trademark REALTOR® can only be used by a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). All members of our Association become members of NAR as a requirement of membership. REALTORS® abide by a higher Code of Ethics, and benefit from their membership in the largest trade association in the U.S. To download the manual explaining the REALTOR® designation, click on the link to your left.
Interested in becoming a Real Estate Agent? We have compiled some information to make the process a little easier. Our brochure "Steps To Obtaining A Real Estate License" describes the requirements with the state of Michigan, and lists some of the costs and time frames you can expect. After obtaining your license, if you'd like to be a REALTOR® you can visit our Join Today page to see the requirements to become a part of our Association.
Need to update or renew your license? Click on the link to be redirected to LARA (Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs) to renew online.
Boards and associations of REALTORS® are responsible for enforcing the REALTORS® Code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics imposes duties above and in addition to those imposed by law or regulation which apply only to real estate professionals who choose to become REALTORS®.
Many difficulties between real estate professionals (whether REALTORS® or not) result from misunderstanding, miscommunication, or lack of adequate communication. If you have a problem with a real estate professional, you may want to speak with him/her or with a principal broker in the firm. Open, constructive discussion often resolves questions or differences, eliminating the need for further action.
If, after discussing matters with the REALTOR® or a principal broker in that firm, you are still not satisfied, you may want to contact us.
For more information, visit our Professional Standards page.