Two Months Left to finish the Rules Requirement!
Posted by Chris Peterson on Friday, October 28, 2016 at 8:18 AM
IMLS has added a new Rules Orientation Class that is required for everyone every 2 years
and is available live or online. The online class requires a test
to be completed and passed.
Our industry is changing at a fast pace and we periodically have to add or change rules to keep in compliance with NAR and keep our data integrity intact. Many of the issues and complaints that are brought to our attention are related to someone not knowing that we had a rule or unaware that the rule had changed. Our goal is to help prevent some of the issues and complaints by education and we think this will be an important step in making the experience better for everyone participating in IMLS.
The class and test (online only) need to be completed by the end of this year for all agents & brokers. Click on the links below to take the class online or register for a class. If you took the rules class in New Member Orientation in 2015 or 2016, you will not be required to take the class until 2017 or 2018.
1.) Click Here for the Online Class
The assessment below must be completed and all responses correct to be
accepted. It's open book. Use the PDF handouts below for assistance. You
will be required to enter your member contact information for
verification of course completion.
2.) Click here for the Online Assessment
Here is the IMLS Rules Orientation Slide show (PDF) - IMLS Rules Class May 2015 (Violation Chart Order).pdf
Here is the IMLS Rules Class Handout (violation chart & rules) - IMLS Rules w Violation Chart.pdf
Here is the Violation Chart - (https://www.imlsmembers.com/MemberFiles/ViolationChart.pdf)
Waiver of Benefits - (Waiver of Benefits PDF)
You can also access this information from the IMLS Portal. Look for the button below under Other Services and Tools.
Live Class Option
You may also take the live class at Intermountain MLS. Click Here to view class calendar and register. The Live Class is offered once monthly as IMLS Rules Orientation.