Resources for Brokers

Do you have delayed licenses?

  • Report new license applications that have reached 21 days without issuance from DPOR
  • Fill out the form below to alert FAAR to the problem
  • FAAR will refer information to the Virginia Realtors® for potential action directly with DPOR and for informational purposes

License Hotline

Form for brokers to report delayed licenses

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Broker FAQ

Hanging Licenses
  • Active licensees in a brokerage should be a member of an Association the Broker belongs to
  • If the licensee does not join an association, the Broker will be assessed a non-member salespersons fee.
  • This is a bylaw of NAR
    • Bylaw language can be found at
    • “For a REALTOR® (principal) to be exempt from paying size formula dues based on referral licensees, the licenses must be held by an entity separate from the REALTOR®’s brokerage firm, and all referrals must be made to the REALTOR’s brokerage firm on a substantially exclusive basis. The same REALTOR® can be a principal in both firms. An “entity” is a separate, legally recognized business and includes all possible structures for a business permitted under state law.”
  • If a licensee wishes to go on referral status they may, but the Broker must have a separate company for referrals.
  • Agents must fill out and sign all pages and pertinent information. Brokers must sign page 4 in order for the application to be processed.
  • Please use the application on the FAAR website as that is the most current application form
  • If you are unsure of the amount of dues at the time of application, please call FAAR and we will share the latest cost.
  • No Sentrilock or Bright MLS services can be rendered at the time the application is turned in. There is a 24-72 hour turnaround time for applications.
  • A welcome email will be sent to the agent as soon as the application is processed.  Please have agents read it in its entirety.
Terminations and Transfers
  • When an agent is terminated from your office, please notify Lori Hillard Wehr with the specifics of the agents termination with the agent termination form found at
  • When an agent transfers into your office, please notify Lori Hillard Wehr of the agents transfer with the agent transfer form found at and $75 payment.
  • If an agent is transferring from another association, they will need to fill out the application form, not the agent transfer form.
  • REALTOR® members must hold a valid license with DPOR. Upon expiration, the FAAR office will notify a member via email within 5 business days of the expiration. On the 10th of the month, if DPOR does not indicate the license is renewed, the FAAR office will terminate all services- association, Sentrilock and Brightmls.
How to print, pay, or email an agents' dues
  • On the portal, a broker or office designated person can pay agent dues and as part of this process they can also send a message to selected agents and print renewal notices. Start by logging in at  If you have not updated your information or logged in recently, you might be prompted to review your information before proceeding to the “My Account” page. 
  • View the rest of the instructions here

Broker News

FAAR to interview candidates for November election

On Thursday, September 7, FAAR will host candidate interviews where members of FAAR’s Public Policy Committee will meet with individuals seeking election throughout the region to discuss issues and talk about their priorities should they be elected. The goal of FAAR’s...

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FAAR sends letter to Stafford County about probate delays

The FAAR Board of Directors recently sent a letter to the Stafford County Clerk of the Court expressing concerns about the significant delays many are experiencing getting an estate through the probate process.  Families detail waits of 6 months or more with bills and...

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Regional Sales Price Keeps Increasing

The regional median home price was up again in July, with all but one locality seeing increases.  The median sold price settled at $462,450 this month compared to $438,200 in July of 2022, representing a nearly 6% year-over-year increase.  Units sold were down 20%,...

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2024 REALTOR Dues Renewal: How to Renew Your Membership

2024 REALTOR Dues Renewal: How to Renew Your Membership

Stay connected. Renew your REALTOR® membership today!  Thank you for being a member of the Fredericksburg Area Association of REALTORS®. See the value of your membership here. See the benefits here.REALTOR® Dues for 2024 ($737.00) NAR Dues ($201) Virginia Realtors®...

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Exciting News About Bright’s Listing Preview

The highly anticipated final phase of Bright’s Listing Preview is here! Now, you can share your draft listings with key members of your office as well as the sellers—ensuring that your listing is as complete and accurate as possible before you publish. You can share...

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Regional Housing Market Holds Steady as Summer Season Kicks Off

The regional median home price was up again in June, with all but one locality seeing increases.  The median sold price settled at $450,000 this month compared to $441,000 in June of 2022, representing a 2% year-over-year increase.  Units sold were down 16%, coming in...

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Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) head to the City Council

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are heading to the Fredericksburg City Council this week with a public hearing scheduled for Tuesday, June 27 at 7:30pm in the Council Chambers.  The Council is expected to hold the public hearing open and proceed to a final vote at...

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Median home price swings back up in May

The regional median home price was up in May, but individual localities saw wins and losses in the price department.  The median sold price settled at $454,950 this month compared to $436,000 in May of 2022, representing a 4% year-over-year increase.  Units sold were...

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Toolkits to use and share

Being a New REALTOR®

Get on the road to success with tips, ideas, and helpful advice. Learn what other rookies have done to jump-start their careers, find first clients, overcome objections, and discover negotiation strategies.

Security Features on Social Media

Social media has become an integral part of marketing and communications. Get information on concerns with various popular social media sites as well as tips and suggestions to protect your privacy and identity.

Listing and Presenting

Prospective clients have to buy into the idea that you’re up to the challenge. Learn how to tailor your approach to the seller’s comfort zone, pinpoint the perfect price, and answer any objection.

Rookie Checklist

Life as a rookie real estate professional is not easy, but REALTOR® Magazine is here to help.Get answers to common first-timer questions and review the checklists for your first year in real estate and beyond.

Prospecting Methods

Prospecting is the lifeblood of any successful real estate career. The more people you come in contact with, the more listing and sales you can achieve. All it takes is a plan and some persistence.

Personal Marketing

Personal marketing is the process of getting your name out there and convincing people to contact you when they need real estate services. Learn how to plan and execute your personal marketing strategy.

Property Marketing

With all of the many options available to market a single property, it’s hard to know where to begin. Create a marketing plan and determine the best place and tone for your property advertising.

WorkSmart Sales Meeting Kits



Enhance your next sales meeting — and make sure your agents are up to snuff — with these 10-minute meeting kits.

What’s included?

The kit comes complete with a presentation (including a short video and Q&A), a broker’s guide, and a printable poster for your bulletin board or fridge.Check it out — you have to be logged in — and bookmark it today — and pump up your next meeting with just a few clicks of your mouse.

FAAR Classroom Room Rental

Hey Managing Brokers! Did you know you can use the FAAR classroom for FREE? Each office is entitled to use the classroom to hold their sales meetings up to 2 hours! This benefit can be used up to once per quarter, and it is for in-house meetings and training only. If you require longer rentals, or additional days, our classroom can be rented at low member rates!

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