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A company’s (or franchises’s) in-house training program can be approved for UP TO 30 hours of GRI Elective Credit! That means that a student can earn a third of the hours needed for the designation in a company’s training program!

For more details, contact the TAR Education Department at 615-440-5037
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TAR’s lobbying efforts preserved an affiliate broker exclusion from the professional privilege tax, saving each $400 / year?

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The Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (TAR) is headquartered in Nashville and serves over 19,000 REALTOR® members, REALTOR® member firms, and local associations throughout Tennessee. TAR’s annual dues, however, are among the lowest in the nation! Members can access a wide range of member services including:

  • Free TAR Legal & Ethics Hot Line
  • Free Online Real Estate Forms (via TransactionDesk)
  • A Free Internet page on the TN Living Network
  • News services, including the TAR DIGEST, forms updates, & our Grassroots Legislative Action Center
  • Legislative advocacy
  • Numerous Educational opportunities
  • Special Discounted Services & Products through preferred vendors

Note: If you are a REALTOR® whose primary state membership is other than Tennessee and wish to join TAR as a secondary member, please call


  • NAR President Meets with FEMA
    Posted on April 9, 2014 by Chris Sexton
    From NAR:By Russell W. Riggs, Austin Perez, Colin Allen (TN’s Legislative Representative and Friend to TAR) NAR President Steve Brown met with the Director of the National Flood Insurance Program on April 1, 2014 to discuss issues related to implementing the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act (HFIAA) that was recently signed into law. This law repeals FEMA’s authority to ...
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  • CFPB Issues RESPA/TILA Guide
    Posted on April 9, 2014 by Chris Sexton
    On Monday March 31, 2014 the CFPB issued its RESPA/TILA small business compliance guide. The 89 page guide covers many important elements of the RESPA/TILA “Know Before You Owe” rule. The rule is a pared back version of the proposed 2012 rule. One key revision is that only major loan term changes will require a ...
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