As a member of The Delaware Association of REALTORS®, you are part of an elite group of real estate industry professionals who not only serve their clients with professionalism and care but also safeguard private property rights and strengthen both our communities and our state. We are committed to providing our members with the most up-to-date and relevant resources available in our industry to ensure they are always ahead of the game. We offer access to all necessary forms, educational materials and opportunities, and links to even more helpful resources.
We have easy access to all the forms our
REALTOR® members need.
Delaware Licensing and Renewal
The primary objective of the Delaware Real Estate Commission (DREC) is to protect the public from practices that are unsafe and which tend to reduce competition or fix prices for services.
The commission also maintains standards of professional competence and service delivery. The commission approaches the fulfillment of this mission by meeting three objectives:
- Development of standards for professional competency
- Promulgation of rules and regulations
- Adjudication of complaints against professionals and, when necessary, the imposition of disciplinary sanctions.
The commission issues licenses to real estate brokers, associate brokers, and salespeople. It also licenses real estate main and branch offices. If you have any questions about licensing, please contact the Delaware Real Estate Commission (DREC).
You can purchase your 99-Hour Delaware Real Estate Pre-Licensing package from The CE Shop. This online interactive course teaches you everything you’ll need to take the real estate licensing exam, using real-life inquiry-based scenarios.
You can also take courses from a variety of in-person schools. Here is a list of all the Delaware-Approved Pre-licensing Course Providers.
REALTOR® Code of Ethics
Click here to download the Code of Ethics 021 Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the National Association of REALTORS®. Translations, audio clips, and summaries are available.
To order electronic/hard copies of the Code of Ethics and other policy publications, please visit the REALTOR® Store.
All REALTORS® are required to complete a minimum of 2.5 hours of approved Code of Ethics training per three-year cycle. The current cycle ends December 31, 2021. Failure to complete the required periodic ethics training is considered a violation, resulting in suspension of membership until training is completed.
The real estate industry is undergoing immense change. The physical, political, and philosophical boundaries of MLSs no longer fulfill what brokerages need to conduct business. Bright MLS was created from a desire to be the change that real estate professionals demand. They empower everyone to get more out of the MLS.
Whether you work on the border of a county and belong to multiple MLSs or you only use one MLS system, Bright provides subscribers with access to listing information for a larger geographic area, modern, easy-to-use systems and apps to serve your clients and run your business. Additionally, Bright MLS offers a comprehensive ecosystem of robust property information and analytics.
For more information about Bright MLS, contact them directly through their website.
Buyer love letters, also known simply as “buyer
letters,” are seemingly harmless personal
messages, often with photos attached, written to convince a seller to accept an offer. Read more.
By joining an association of REALTORS®, you get access to the necessary tools, resources, and expertise to help you succeed in today’s market and you become part of a supportive industry family.