Piedmont Regional Association of REALTORS®
Piedmont Regional Association of REALTORS®, Inc. is a local REALTOR association which was originally chartered in 1946 for York County. We have grown to more than 640 REALTORS® and business professionals serving YORK, LANCASTER, and CHESTER COUNTIES of South Carolina. PRAR’s mission is to create services designed to increase member success and to support our communities while promoting the REALTOR® brand.
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Promote fairness, equal opportunity, and integrity in real estate when you utilize Fairhaven, NAR’s new anti-discrimination training simulation for REALTORS®
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PRAR Broker Summit
Piedmont Regional Association of REALTORS is excited to announce we will be holding our OWN Broker Summit on June 16 at NAPA Kingsley. Thanks to our Sponsor, Steve Lewis with Cornerstone Home Lending! We will have a wonderful Line-up of Speakers, Swag Bags, Information for Brokers and Networking time.
Our Keynote Speaker is Matt Doherty, former UNC Basketball couch and Radio Personality. Make sure you sign up today to attend if you are a Broker in Charge in NC and all Brokers in SC.
In Partnership with Canopy MLS and 12 Local Associations, to include Piedmont Regional Association of REALTORS, we are working on a Consumer Advocacy Campaign.
The REALTORS Know More Campaign is working to educate Consumers the benefits of working with A REALTOR and the advantages of Canopy MLS.
Get Involved in PRAR
PRAR has the best members in the state. We are only as good as our Members and we need your help. Join a Committee Today!
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License Renewals for SC
The 2021 License Renewal Deadline is June 30, 2021. NEW THIS YEAR, you must complete a Fingerprint and Background Check to renew your License.
Note: 2022 License Renewal Agents SHOULD NOT get a Background Check/Fingerprint done until notified by SC LLR.
Renewal Requirements - Education
The renewal requirements for a salesperson or broker license are 10 hours of approved continuing education every 2 years. The 10 hours must include the 4-hour “core course” and can include any other combination of elective hours to total 10. There is only one “core course” and it changes every 2 years.
The renewal requirements for a BIC include 10 hours of approved continuing education every 2 year. The 10 hours must include the 4-hour “core course” and a 4-hour mandatory BIC course titled “BIC Duties and Responsibilities. The remaining 2 hours can be in any approved elective.