1. (6) Brokers Only Luncheons
  2. Education Opportunities- up to 20 hours of FREE CE credits ($220 value)
  3. NCCAR Membership Contact List
  4. Over 50% discount off Catylist membership access- ONLY $70/month
  5. Lunch & Learns
  6. Quarterly Market Data Reports
  7. FREE attendance to ALL NCCAR events (CSU EREC event is first come first serve on tables NCCAR buys)
  8. Site Selection Requests
  9. Networking
  10. Sponsorship Opportunities
  11. CAR/NAR Benefits – For Brokers Only (see below)

CAR Benefits for NCCAR Members

  1. Arbitration & Mediation
  2. Access to the  Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR) free legal hotline
  3. Advocacy at the State Legislative Session on behalf of the commercial broker
  4. Conferences hosted by CAR that provide national speakers and Continuing Education classes right  in downtown Denver
  5. Discounts on health, auto and E&O Insurance as well as other business service savings

NAR Benefits for NCCAR Members

  1. Access to National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Commercial, an online commercial news, recognition and technology website produced by NAR
  2. Access and training for REALTORS® Property Resource for Commercial
  3. NAR’s commercial blog The Source
  4. Understand NAR’s commercial research
  5. Learn more about NAR’s commercial education
  6. Discounts on health insurance through NAR
  7. REALTOR® Federal Credit Union through NAR
  8. Save more than 20% on FedEx printing and shipping services

NAR’s Member Policy area has enhanced the Ethics Complaints, Arbitration Requests and Related Information page on to provide easy access to that information. Associations can add the link shown below. If associations have their own forms, rules, or procedures those should also be posted.

Realtor Safety

Realtor Safety

Working in real estate involves many inherent risks. From showing clients vacant properties to hosting open houses and disclosing personal information in your online marketing, your well-being is at stake every time you go out into the field. But safety is just as important an issue for your clients as it is for yourself. Thinking more critically about your work environment can help you be better prepared for potentially dangerous situations and inform your conversations with clients about safeguarding their valuables during showings.

NAR has a wealth of resources, including articles, videos, webinars, and courses, to help agents, brokers, and associations better understand and educate each other about the risks they face.

If you need assistance or have suggestions, email [email protected](link sends e-mail).

Calls for Action

March 2018


Limited Local Growth Ballot Initiative

The proposed Limited Growth ballot initiative #66 would:

  • ▪  Limit new permits for the total number of all housing units in each of the 10 most populous counties (Front Range) to 1% in both 2019 and 2020.
  • ▪  Allows every Colorado City, Town, or County statewide to vote for housing growth moratoriums
  • ▪  Prohibits permits between the election in November 2018 and January 1, 2019
  • ▪  Voters would not be able to reconsider or alter the initiative in any manner if voters approveduntil at least 2021Colorado’s economy has grown rapidly in recent years fueled by a strong job market, and an enviable quality of life that defines the Colorado experience. This potential statewide ballot initiative proposes placing arbitrary limits on growth that could cripple future economic prosperity and create new growth burdens on the already low inventory of housing available to Colorado consumers. This initiative would have a very significant detrimental effect on affordability of housing in Colorado. We cannot increase affordability of housing by decreasing the supply of housing.

    The supply of affordable housing is a vital component to a regional economy. The availability of affordable housing is critical to retaining a skilled workforce, keeping local business competitive, and reducing urban sprawl. It also gives young people the chance to purchase rather than rent, allowing them to begin building valuable home equity.

    Businesses also need to be able to continue to attract and retain talented workers that can afford to live and thrive in the communities where they work. A lack of affordable housing near employment centers pushes workers farther from their jobs, forces them to commute longer distances, puts undue strain on local roadways and public transportation, and dis- incentivizes workers and their employers to locate in Colorado.


    Don’t let Colorado become the next California Housing is already too unaffordable for many Coloradans

February 2018


NAR is currently conducting a Call for Action with our Commercial members in support of HR 620, the ADA Education and Reform Act.

This bipartisan bill adds a crucial “notice-and-cure” provision to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), giving business owners an opportunity to fix an alleged violation before costly legal proceedings are initiated.  Currently, attorneys around the country are taking advantage of the ADA’s lack of a notice requirement, filing lawsuits indiscriminately against commercial property owners, often for minor, easily corrected infractions.  The property owners must then either settle or use their time and money on legal proceedings – resources that could have instead gone to fixing the alleged violation.

HR 620 would restore the integrity of the ADA by curbing these abusive practices and incentivizing business owners to quickly correct ADA infractions.  For more information on this bill, see NAR’s issue summary on ADA Lawsuit Reform here.

To take action on this legislation go to