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2012 RPAC Investors

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Investors who have contributed $5,000 first year and sustain $2,500 annually

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Debra Gould, Keller Williams Ann Arbor

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Investors who have contributed $500 annually.

Jeff Fletcher, Fletcher Inspection

Brent Flewelling, The Charles Reinhart Company

Todd Lands, The Charles Reinhart Company

Andrew Piper, Keller Williams Saline

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Investors who have contributed $200 annually.

David Lutton, The Charles Reinhart Company Nancy Merdzinski, Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS
Tammi Ebenhoeh, The Charles Reinhart Company Aleksandr Milshteyn, Howard Hanna
Victoria Evans, Howard Hanna Joe N. Peoples, The Charles Reinhart Company
Richard Jarzembowski, The Charles Reinhart Company           Linda Schaner, RE/MAX Platinum
Franklin McVeigh, The Charles Reinhart Company Gary Selesko, Cislo Title Company
Teri McDaniel, DFCU Financial  

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Investors who have contributed $100 annually.  

Nancy Bowerbank, The Charles Reinhart Company                 Paul Lubienski, Arbor Realty Group
Leslie Butler, Law Offices of Leslie A. Butler Matthew Miller, The Charles Reinhart Company
James Carey, The Charles Reinhart Company                     Tracey Roy-Williams, The Charles Reinhart Company
Julie Diaz, Commission Express of Michigan Vance Shutes, Real Estate One 
James Fink, Fink & Valvo, PLLC Sandra Smith, Trillium Real Estate
Glacier Liao, The Charles Reinhart Company Kirk Spangler, Real Estate One
Marygrace Liparoto, The Charles Reinhart Company  

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New Real Estate Agents

Bring the completed New REALTOR® Application (signed by your broker) AND verification of your state issued license to the AAABoR Board office (to be initiated within 30 days of the license being issued per AAABoR's Bylaws).*

To avoid processing delays, please obtain the most current copy of the application from our AAABoR's Website.

You are then required to complete an online Code of Ethics course and subsequent New Member Orientation. After completion of these requirements, you are allowed to use the trademarked symbol and the term REALTOR®, attend member functions, vote in elections, and share in other member benefits.

*Note: Payment of the pro-rated dues and a one-time application fee must be paid upon AAABoR's receipt of the completed application.


New Brokers

Bring the completed Broker Application AND verification of your state issued license to the AAABoR Board office.


New Real Estate Agents Not Wanting to Join AAABoR

Bring the completed Non-Member Salesperson (NMS) Application (signed by your broker) to the AAABoR Board office.*

To avoid processing delays, please obtain the most current copy of the application from our AAABoR's Website.

The broker is responsible for all Board related financial obligations AND Code of Ethics charges. The NMS agent is not allowed to use the trademarked symbol or the term REALTOR®, attend member functions, vote in any elections, or share any other member benefit.

*Note: Payment of the pro-rated dues must be paid upon AAABoR's receipt of the completed application.


Affiliate Membership

Affiliate membership is for individuals who are not actively engaged in the real estate profession, but who have an interest in the activities of the association, including access to resources, programs, services, and information.

The Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS® is pleased to offer you the opportunity to join the association as an Affiliate Member. Your membership opens the doors to an array of membership programs and services, and a variety of marketing and networking opportunities that will put you closer to the people who use your products and services.

Affiliate membership is open to qualified individuals whose firms and businesses offer goods and services used by real estate professionals and/or their clients and customers.

Procedures to Join AAABoR as an Affiliate

Submit your completed Affiliate Application with payment to the AAABoR Board office.


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Real Estate License Information

The State of Michigan  Real Estate License Renewal Date: Every 3 years on October 31st.  This cycle runs from October 31, 2012 to October 31, 2015. 
Requirements Overview

Total Hours: 18
General/Elective Hours: 12
State Mandated Legal Update Hours: 6
License Renewal Period: 10/2012 - 10/2015 


or additional information, please visit the Continuing Education Requirements section of our Website.

Online courses available at: 

NAR Code of Ethics Training:  Every 4 years on December 31st.   This cycle runs from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2012.
Requirement Overview
Total Hours: 2.5 of Quadrennial Ethics Training (now referred to as Code of Ethics Training).
Online Courses available at:

Member Benefits

Welcome to the Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS®, celebrating 90 years as a real estate trade association with a rich tradition of service, knowledge, and professionalism. We are the professional organization for the real estate expert, providing opportunities for professional growth and education.

Whether you're just beginning your real estate career or have years of experience, the time is now to take advantage of all that an AAABoR membership has to offer. The Ann Arbor Area Board of REALTORS® has the tools and information you need to succeed.

The National Association of REALTORS® also offers a number of useful discounts and other member benefits. 



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Environmental Awareness Award

Congratulations to the 2014 Recipients!


Urban Energy Works, LLC.

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Urban Energy Works, LLC has designed and built some of the most sustainable spec homes in the U.S. The two condos (2350 and 2750 square feet), for which the award was presented, are located in the Water Hill neighborhood near downtown Ann Arbor. The all-electric homes are expected to have near zero utility bills. The homes reuse rainwater for toilets, laundry and irrigation, cutting consumption by half, while making extensive use of storm water control measures. The homes also feature certified sustainably-grown wood, a mow-free prairie landscape and cycling-centered design.



The Village of Dexter

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The Village of Dexter has provided excellent examples of the positive results of collaboration through the removal of the Mill Creek dam, restoration of the Mill Creek watershed area, completion of the new Mill Creek Park, walkway to the Village from West Ridge subdivision, and the connector to the Border-to-Border Trail from Hudson Mills MetroPark through the Village to Dexter-Huron MetroPark. The projects would not have been possible without partnerships with the Washtenaw County Road Commission, Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Department, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority (HCMA). The Village of Dexter’s efforts to return the watershed to its natural state has provided the opportunity for residents and guests to use and enjoy the Mill Creek Park. The trail network that connects to the MetroParks has made downtown Dexter a hub of recreational opportunities.


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