Membership FAQs

To change your email address or phone number complete the Member Maintenance Forms > Member Update Form.

If a member wants to change the way their name is listed: The formal name we maintain in our database must match the name shown on the member’s real estate license. If a member wishes to change their name, they must first have their name changed on their license by contacting DORA. Once this has been done, they may send a copy of their updated license with instructions to change their name by going to Member Maintenance Forms > Member Update Form.

Members transferring to another REALTOR® association may request a Letter of Good Standing from FCBR to submit to the other association they are joining.

Members may only be given a letter of good standing if they have paid all current membership dues to FCBR.

Any licensing issue should be directed to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs (DORA). Visit them online at https://www.colorado.gov/dora.

A REALTOR® Member who changes the conditions under which he or she holds membership shall provide written notification to the Membership Department of FCBR. within five business days of such change. Please submit written via Member Maintenance Forms.

Applicants for REALTOR® membership and provisional REALTOR® members (where applicable) shall complete an orientation program on the Code of Ethics of not less than two (2) hours and thirty (30) minutes of instructional time. This requirement does not apply to applicants for REALTOR® membership or provisional members who have completed comparable orientation in another association, provided that REALTOR® membership has been continuous, or that any break in membership is for one (1) year or less. It is FCBR’s goal to have these courses completed within 60 days of joining. Upon completion of your application, you will automatically be enrolled in the next available Orientation class. You are required to take Code of Ethics prior to attending Orientation, there is an online course on the NAR website. Failure to satisfy this requirement within 180 days of the date of application (or, alternatively, the date that provisional membership was granted), will result in denial of the membership application or termination of provisional membership and the applicant will be assessed a new application fee.

The following specific policies shall apply to refunds associated with revenue collected by FCBR:

  • Application fees – Not refundable – this is a cost for processing and reflects staff time and effort.
  • Dues – all dues are non-refundable.

Pending Ethics or Arbitration Matter: If a Member resigns from FCBR or otherwise causes membership to terminate with an ethics complaint pending, that Board of Directors may condition the right of the resigning Member to reapply for membership upon the applicant’s certification that he/she will submit to the pending ethics proceeding and will abide by the decision of the hearing panel. If a Member resigns from FCBR or otherwise causes membership to terminate, the duty to submit to arbitration continues in effect even after membership lapses or is terminated, provided that the dispute arose while the former member was a REALTOR®.