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About Membership with REIC


REIC designations help you build a thriving career in the real estate industry. A credentialed Member signifies a real estate industry professional who has achieved the highest standards of experience and education and has made a solid commitment to high business ethics. 

If you were previously a Member, and you wish to reinstate your REIC membership, please click here.
 

How Do I Become A Member?

REIC Members are individuals who have one or more REIC / IREM designation, or are working towards one. To be a designated Member, an individual must meet our program requirements and pay annual dues as established by the Institute. 

Membership with REIC provides ongoing access to a wealth of resources, networking opportunities and business referrals. Members with property management credentials are also members of IREM and enjoy access to IREM's vast resources and tools via the IREM website

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The Application Process

To become an REIC Member you must apply for a designation. You can select from a range of programs to find the one that best suits your needs. Application forms are available for download on each designation page. After submitting your application, you will be notified once you are approved as a Candidate Member. 

Our designation programs are highly recognized, and cover all disciplines of the real estate industry including real estate sales, property / asset management, finance, leasing, reserve fund planning, and underwriting.  

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REIC Members are Industry Leaders

All REIC Members are obligated to uphold the REIC Code of Professional Standards, and as such, conduct their professional activities in accordance with the code. 

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