Policy and Procedure – 7/25/23 : 11 AM EST

Description: Want a better understanding of some of the key polices with Bright MLS? We will review common areas of violation and the processes for questions, education and submitting forms and appeals.

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Features to cover in training:

  • Rules and Regulations & Policies location
  • Statuses
  • Common Violations
  • Office Exclusive Submission Process
  • Appeal Process

Embark on your journey to become a licensed Delaware Real Estate Broker with SCAOR

Embark on your journey to become a licensed Delaware Real Estate Broker with our comprehensive 99-hour course, approved by the Delaware Real Estate Commission. Delivered via Zoom, our flexible schedule offers classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 pm – 9 pm, as well as Wednesdays from 9 am – 12 noon AND 6 pm – 9 pm to suit your availability.

Orientation will be on Monday, Sept 11th, 6 pm – 9 pm, providing a comprehensive overview of the course structure and expectations. The final exam will take place on Tuesday, Nov 7th, marking the culmination of your learning. Rest assured, the cost of the course covers all materials, ensuring you have everything you need to succeed.

SCAN THE QR CODE below or click here to access the Brokers’ Course Application and Registration

SCAOR opposes short-term rental tax bill

SCAOR Seeking Mentors & Mentees for NAR Spire Mentorship

The Sussex County Association of REALTORS® is excited to announce their involvement in the National Association of REALTORS® Spire mentoring program, a groundbreaking initiative created to drive inclusivity in the real estate industry through mentorship and education which aims to inspire individuals from diverse communities to explore career opportunities in real estate. This innovative initiative provides mentees with exposure beyond the traditional day-to-day business operations, such as marketing, appraisal, IT, property management, and financing guidance. Additionally, mentees will have access to live educational events, networking opportunities, one-on-one mentorship meetings, and a tailored online platform.

Stephanie Moody, SCAOR’s AE, expressed her excitement about the Sussex County Association of REALTORS® participation in the NAR Spire mentoring program. Moody stated that this initiative “will encourage individuals from diverse communities to consider careers in real estate and help them learn the fundamentals of the industry. Additionally, the program will foster education, empower individuals to seriously consider real estate as a career path, and cultivate the development of generational wealth through property ownership. SCAOR is thrilled to be part of this innovative initiative that will help individuals unlock their potential and succeed in the real estate industry”.

NAR Spire, launched in 2021 with nine pilot regions across the U.S., including Trenton, N.J., aims to empower individuals to learn the fundamentals of the real estate industry, cultivate generational wealth through property ownership, and foster education. As facilitator of the mentor program, NAR will provide resources and tools to help participants define expectations, set objectives, develop an action plan, and complete a formal mentoring agreement.

Mentors who participate in the program have the opportunity to play a leadership role in addressing inequity, network with peers, and increase their impact in the industry. SCAOR encourages those who are interested in pursuing a career in real estate to learn about the diverse paths available in the industry. The Association also invites REALTORS® who are interested in sharing their experience as mentors helping mentees unlock their potential, increasing diversity in real estate, and expanding their influence across the industry to apply for the NAR Spire program.

If you are interested in making a lasting impact in real estate, please visit for additional information and registration. For more information about SCAOR’s partnership with the NAR Spire mentoring program, contact SCAOR at 302-855-2300 or via email at

SCAOR Travel Scholarship Deadline Approaching!

How to sign up for the Recording Activity Notification Service

Sussex County property owners have an added defense when it comes to protecting their homes.

The County’s Recorder of Deeds office this month launched a free service to anyone who owns property in Sussex County. Called the Recording Activity Notification Service, the feature provides email alerts to property owners who have subscribed to the service whenever a land record is recorded with their registered name.

Recorder of Deeds Alexandra Reed Baker moved to institute the feature shortly after taking office in January, saying it is already included in the online recording software used by Sussex County to manage its database of property deeds and mortgages.

“Providing the citizens of Sussex County with tools to help protect their property from deed fraud is of utmost importance to me,” Recorder of Deeds Reed Baker said.

The service comes at a time of growing concern nationwide about identify theft, specifically deed fraud, whereby thieves file fictitious documents to steal the land right from under a property owner. Delaware’s transfer tax law – the fee recorded with each property transaction – makes it more challenging for criminals to commit deed fraud, Ms. Reed Baker said.

“Still, if we can offer something that gives the public some measure of peace of mind,” she added, “I think that’s worth making available and promoting.” Click here to access a PDF version of the directions on how to sign up for the Recording Activity Notification Service.

To sign up or learn more, visit Or call the Recorder of Deeds office at (302) 855-7785 for more information.

Sussex County Association of Realtors

Phone: 302-855-2300 | Fax: 302-855-2319

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