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We are well into the second half of the year which means that FCBR’s Annual Awards will again be up for consideration. If you know someone that is deserving of recognition please take the time to nominate them for any of FCBR’s annual awards: Rookie of the Year, REALTOR® of the Year, Affiliate of the Year, Distinguished Service Award, Young Professional of the Year Award, Green Awards, or Housing Hero Awards. The deadline for most nominations is by September 15th at 5pm!

“10 Things for REALTORS All New Legal Topics for 2017” by CAR’s Scott Peterson on Monday, September 25th from 10-noon!

Once again, FCBR is conducting our Membership Renewal via an electronic billing as this has saved thousands of dollars over the past 6 years. To take advantage of FCBR’s membership renewal options and avoid late fees be sure to make your arrangements prior to October 1st! Learn more about all Renewal Options Be sure to … Continued

FCBR has over 200 Affiliate members that help to support the offerings provided to our REALTOR® members! We are very grateful for our Affiliate members and look forward to another year of our partnership. With that in mind our 2017-18 membership renewal year is upon us…. Should you have any questions, please contact the FCBR office. Thank you in advance for your support of FCBR.

The FCBR Academy is an educational track developed with new members in mind, but is beneficial to all REALTORS®. The focus of this educational track is to provide our newest members with the tools and relationships to find success in real estate.

Introducing Interact CE. The Colorado REALTOR® Associations #1 recommended license renewal product that’s both fun and proven superior learning. Refine your skills and earn Colorado CE credit while playing the part of a real-estate professional put in real life situations.  

Empowering the professional success of members by strengthening Northern Colorado’s exceptional real estate culture