REMINDER: CHANGES COMPLETE!
We have completely finalized the changes for moving listings in District 9 DFGH to the NEW Wednesday Broker Tour, using the Rapattoni MLS system and our two vendors: THEO and MyPropertyOffice.
Additionally, the MLS system names, links and reports have all been changed to reflect "BROKER TOUR" instead of "TUESDAY TOUR" for all listings on tour, no matter which day they are held
The data will autopopulate for Wednesday between Noon and 2:00 p.m. if your listing is in District 9 DFGH. It will no longer be possible to have listings from these sub-districts on both Tuesday and Wednesday. WEDNESDAY will be the sole dedicated time slot for these listings.
Please note: The Wednesday tour group from the RealTimeMLS solution has been removed.
If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact the SFAR MLS Department.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: I want to change my billing PREFERENCES (mail vs. email). How can I do that?
Q: What if my Broker and/or office has changed, or will change soon?
A: You should use the "I want to change my address or office information" form above.
Q: When is my bill due?
A: Your dues/fees must be PAID or POSTMARKED by the due date specified on the bill. Please refer to this billing information chart for more information.
Q: When will I be assessed a late fee?
A: You will automatically be assessed a late fee if we have not yet received your payment by the due date specified on the bill.
Q: How can I remove the voluntary charges?
A: You can click the first link ("I want to know how to review and pay my bill online") to see a very short video that shows you how to set the voluntary charges to any amount you want (including $0).
Q: Am I signed up for automatic billing?
A: The only charges that can be set up for automatic billing are your QUARTERLY MLS Subscription Fees and your ANNUAL Supra Subscription Fees. Your Association Dues CANNOT be automatically billed. To sign up for automatic billing use this form.
Q: How can I have a late fee waived?
Q: I want to signup for the Deferred Payment Plan for the Association Dues (cannot include MLS fees). How do I do that?
A: Click the link above to obtain the form for the deferred payment plan and submit it to SFAR BEFORE Dec 31.
Q: What does Allocation mean on the bill?
A: The term allocation is used for the dues amounts paid for the next year. Depending on your membership type, members pay a separate allocation amount to NAR, CAR and SFAR.
Q: Why is the annual dues amount broken down into three parts on the bill?
A: The annual dues billing statement is broken down into three parts because the payment is distributed to three different vendors. Dues bills are broken into the following payments – National Association of Realtors (NAR), California Association of Realtors (CAR) and San Francisco Association of Realtors (SFAR).
Q: Why did I receive two separate bills?
A: If you are a member of both SFAR and SFARMLS you received two bills. One of the bills is for your 2017 Association Dues and the other is for the 1st Quarter MLS service.
Last updated: 11/30/2016
We have been working hard to streamline the membership information at SFAR and SFARMLS over the past 2 months and have completed a critical update to your login information this morning.
WHEN YOU ARE LOGGING IN USING THE http://my.sfrealtors.com (Member Website) AND THE NEW http://dashboard.sfarmls.com (MLS Dashboard) YOU WILL NO LONGER HAVE TO INCLUDE THE LETTERS “SF” IN YOUR MEMBER NUMBER.
If your member number yesterday was: SF809075
Then your member number today is now: 809075
Your password remains unchanged!
If you did not have an “SF” in your membership number for login, then you are unaffected.
Two newspaper articles regarding a condominium high-rise building in San Francisco known as the "Millennium Tower" came to the attention of the San Francisco Association of REALTORS® ("SFAR) on August 1, 2016.
The first, entitled "S.F. tower for rich, famous is sinking," was in the San Francisco Chronicle; the second, entitled "Finger pointing begins in Millennium luxury tower mess," was in the San Francisco Business Times. Other articles or sources of information in this regard may be available.
Because the situation is still in flux and no one really knows how or when it will be resolved, the San Francisco Association of REALTORS® has released a new form intended solely for use with listings and sales of units in the Millennium Tower in San Francisco to help protect REALTORS®.
The SFAR forms committee has put together a packet of information to be included with the Millennium Tower Advisory Form. Buyers are urged to carefully review all such information and conduct their own investigation before the purchase of any unit in the Millennium Tower, preferably during Buyers' inspection contingency, if any.
Click here for the Millennium Tower Advisory Form and related articles.