2014 Association and MLS Elections - Vote for your incoming Leadership, Bylaws changes, Lockboxes and Dues changes! November 4, 2014.
QRM Rule Opens More Doors for Consumers
(NAR Oct 2014) - The FDIC released on Tuesday its long-awaited qualified residential mortgage rule, which may make it easier to get a mortgage once the rule goes into effect next year. NAR has been vocal for years that the QRM rule should be broad and match the qualified mortgage rule. The FDIC's rule does that. Find out why this is a big win for consumers. - read more!
About the New Mexico Real Estate Commission.
The New Mexico Real Estate Commission was created by state law in 1959 and charged with enforcing the Real Estate License Law and the Real Estate Commission Rules. The mission of the New Mexico Real Estate Commission is to protect the public and enhance the professional competence of real estate brokers. The Commission's primary responsibilities include issuing and renewing real estate broker's licenses, establishment and enforcement of pre and continuing education requirements, certification of providers of education, investigation and adjudication of consumer and Commission rules and education of consumers and brokers about the NM Real Estate License Law. Click here to read the NMREC frequently asked questions document.
Congratulations to Dale Spurgeon, Qualifying Broker at Action Realty, LLC for being awarded the 2013 REALTOR® of the Year award by her peers. Dale's passion is to serve her clients and customers in the Cliff/Gila and surrounding area. She is past president of the Silver City Regional Association of REALTORS. She pecializes in ranch sales but works with all buyers and sellers.
Also, recognized were "Big Mike" Placencio of Garland Real Estate SC as the Rookie of the year and First New Mexico Bank as the Affiliate of the year.
REALTOR® Ethics Complaints, Arbitration Requests and Related Information.
REALTORS® are different from non-member licensees in that they voluntarily subscribe to a strict Code of Ethics. If you believe that a REALTOR® has violated one or more Articles of the Code of Ethics, you can file an ethics complaint alleging a violation(s) through the local association of REALTORS® where the REALTOR® holds membership, or participates in a REALTOR® association-owned/operated MLS. Click here to learn more about the REALTOR® Professsional Standards Process.