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If a monetary dispute arises from a real estate transaction, seek a resolution through your local Association of REALTORS®. REALTORS® are judged by their peers as opposed to other individuals who may be far less familiar with the practices and customs of the real estate industry.
If you are filing an Arbitration Request, please read the following pertinent information before proceeding:
- Request for Arbitration must be filed within one hundred eighty (180) days from the closing date of the transaction or within one hundred and eighty (180) days after the facts constituting the arbitrable matter became known.
- Arbitration disputes can only be filed by a Broker Principal (a non-principal cannot file for arbitration).
- Form A-1 Request and Agreement to Arbitrate must be signed and completed by the Broker and returned to the Association office along with all supporting documentation and a company check in the amount of $250.
- After an Arbitration Request is filed, Mediation is offered to both parties. Should both parties agree to mediate and the mediation is successful, the $250 Arbitration filing fee is refunded.