If you’d like to become a Member of the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS, you must first join your local real estate board. Membership in a local association automatically extends your membership to the state association and the National Association of REALTORS.
The Designated REALTOR of a firm has board of choice. Board of choice allows the Designated REALTOR the choice of which local board to join with primary membership. Whichever local board the Designated REALTOR has his/her primary membership with is the local board that all licensees’s who hang their license in that office must join as their primary board.
We have 5 local boards in the state of Rhode Island:
To find out more about the local boards of REALTORS in Rhode Island, click here.
Membership in a local association automatically extends your membership to the National Association of REALTORS and the State Association of REALTORS. The dues for the Rhode Island Association are $196.50. The local board fees vary between the boards.
If you are a primary member of a board outside Rhode Island you may join in RIAR as a secondary member. You may obtain an application for secondary membership online or by calling the State Association at 401-432-6938.
The annual fee for secondary membership is $196.50.
If you do not have a real estate license, and are in the mortgage industry, an attorney, or any real estate-related trade, you are eligible for an RI REALTORS® affiliate membership. As an affiliate member, you will have unlimited access to the Rhode Island Association if REALTORS® online forms library, as well as first opportunity to sponsor REALTOR® events, and member discounts on RI REALTORS® website and e-newsletter advertising. You may obtain an application for affiliate membership online or by contacting the State Association at 401-432-6938.