Broker Renewal Is April 30th
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) is no longer issuing paper renewal notices and licenses.
All renewal and licensing documentation will be done electronically.
If you have or have not renewed at this time here are Q&A’s to help with the process.
Agent & Office License Numbers
As you know, the new TRID changes require Agent and Office License Numbers. In order to help you with this new requirement, we now have both numbers available in the Paragon system. Simply follow these instructions:
Did your SentriSmart™ App Disappear?
Need to reload the app??
To start, download the FREE app from Google Play or Apple App Store (just search for “SentriSmart”). The app can be installed and registered on one device at a time. SentriSmart Android User Guide SentriSmart Apple User Guide
Congratulations Award Recipients!
Congratulations to these top award recipients! Also, congratulations to those recognized for their 2015 production and those who received their GRI certificates.
Thank you to the 2016 PAAR Affiliate Partners for their financial sponsorships which make these events possible and to the Recognition/Awards Task Force who worked diligently behind the scenes.
Another successful PAAR event is in the books!
Tax time is Here!
If you have not already done so, log into MYPAARConnection and update your profile. Click around and familiarize yourself with all the information available. The portal is where you can access all your paid dues and fees.
Tax time is here. To access your yearly expense, click on MY ORDERS tab. From here you can print your receipts for your taxes.
PAAR Annual Report
This report was compiled for the members offering an overview of 2014 and 2015 accomplishments as directed by the leadership; committees, task forces and board of directors. Watch for quarterly reports beginning the end of 1st quarter 2016 outlining current and pending programs, products and services provided by PAAR.
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Managing Brokers To Broker
Q: I currently hold a managing broker’s license, but I don’t think I would ever manage a real estate brokerage office again. Is there a method for me to revert to a broker’s license?