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2019-2020 Dues Billing

Welcome to the 2019-2020 Dues Billing page. Below you will find helpful information that answer all of your billing questions and concerns.

Understanding Your Invoice & Paying Your Dues

To complete your Dues Billing payment, you will need your NRDS NUMBER and PASSWORD (default password: gbr)  to log onto the secure site and make the payment.

2020 REALTOR Membership Renewal Fees are due December 31, 2019.

  • A $100.00 Late Fee will be applied January 11, 2020.
  • Any member who has not renewed their membership by February 1, 2020 will be inactivated from the NJMLS.  
  • A $100 reinstatement fee plus the $100 late fee will be required for reactivation.
  • Membership will be inactivated on March 1, 2020 for nonpayment
  • A $50 processing fee will be assessed on all returned checks

No hard copy invoice or statement will be mailed

All membership dues and fees are nonrefundable


Membership dues and fees to NAR, NJR and GBR are not deductible as charitable contributions, but may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense subject to restrictions imposed as a result of association lobbying activities.

Compliance with the Tax Reform Act of 1993 requires that the portion of dues attributable to lobbying and political activities at the State and Federal levels of government be considered nondeductible for income tax purposes.

For 2020 with dues at $150 per member, NAR computes 38 percent or $57 to be nondeductible for the member's income tax purposes due to NAR lobbying efforts. Please note that the entire $35 Consumer Advertising Campaign special assessment qualifies as fully deductible.

For 2020, with NJR dues at $135.00 per member, New Jersey REALTORS computes 22.59 percent or $30.50 to be nondeductible for the member's income tax purposes due to New Jersey REALTORS® lobbying efforts.

For 2020 with Greater Bergen REALTORS dues at $190 per member, GBR computes that 3 percent of your dues or $5.70 to be nondeductible for incomes tax purposes due to GBR’s lobbying and political activities.

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