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Membership to PRO/CPRO is voluntary and based on the membership of the broker that you are affiliated with. When your broker joined PRO/CPRO he or she agreed that every licensee who affiliates with him/her will also join PRO. If as an affiliated licensee you decide not to be a member, your broker’s dues obligation will be increased to reflect the addition of a non-member licensee. Refer to the PRO/CPRO bylaws, Article X Section 3B
- Follow this link.
- You will be asked to login using your NRSD number and MLS password. Updates can be made to your nickname, mailing address, email address, web page, phone number, languages spoken and Real Estate Specialty.
- Allow one day for processing.
- Update Office Information:
- Form must be signed by broker and faxed to membership at 727-231-8060 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Name change must show on the DBPR website www.myfloridalicense.com. This must be the office license on record with PRO..
- Allow two business days for processing
Update must be completed on the DBPR website www.myfloridalicense.com. Please have outgoing and incoming broker send an email to email@example.com stating what changes they are requesting for the office and if the outgoing broker is remaining a member. If they are remaining a member state what office. If the new broker is not a member of our organization please call 1-727-347-7655 option 2 to get further instructions on joining.
Please email your certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org to verify your designation. This information will be added to our searchable membership directory.
Agent must be removed from the office by the broker on the DBPR website www.myfloridalicense.com. You must be registered for the DBPR website. (Click Here for instructions) Once the agent has been removed please email us a request to remove the agent to email@example.com If the agent has a Supra key please have them call PRO/CPRO for instructions.
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