Annual Dues Billing
If your NVAR membership has expired as of Oct 1, 2012, you MUST contact NVAR during business hours for reinstatement and for subsequent renewal of SentriLock service. You cannot renew expired memberships online, and you cannot re-activate SentriLock service remotely.
How do I renew online?
Our online renewal page is here. Please note: Online renewal for active members is only available during renewal season, which begins on the first Monday in August, and runs until November 1, of each year.
What is my password?
To have your password emailed to you, please click on the Forgot NRDSID or Password link at the top of the home page. To change your password, we are pleased to provide you with online management of your NVAR member data.
Please log-in to the NVAR Members Only section of our website, using your existing log-in credentials:
Then click the “Edit Membership Info” button on the right side of that page. There you can edit your member data, including your password. Items in red cannot be blank.
Once your edits have been completed, click Update at the bottom of the page.
Can I make payments?
NVAR collects the dues fees for all three associations and is responsible for dispersing the monies to the proper organizations by a certain date. For this reason we require payment in full.
Do I have to pay VAR and NAR?
Yes, being a member of a local association also requires state and national membership.
Don’t you have my credit card on file?
For security purposes NVAR has never kept member credit cards numbers on file.
Do I have to pay the RPAC?
RPAC is a voluntary contribution and is not a requirement.
Can I pay for my spouse too?
Yes, you would just need to login with your spouse’s “User Name” and “Password” in order to have access to his/her invoiced account.
I didn’t know my dues were due. I didn’t receive the email. Can you waive the late fee?
Email is not the only way NVAR reaches out to our members to let them know the 2012 dues are due. In addition to reminder emails being sent on a monthly basis beginning August 1st, we have notices posted on our website; it is also posted on MRIS and in the Jul/Aug & Sept/Oct issues of the NVAR Update magazine. With so many different avenues of notification, NVAR is unable to waive the dues late fee of $50.00 which will apply to all payments received after October 3rd 2011.
I don’t read my emails. Can I get a bill mailed to me?
In choosing to be environmentally friendly, NVAR has gone completely green. All invoicing is now done online.
If I pay my dues and then later put my license into an inactive status, can I get a refund?
No, dues are non refundable.