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Event Registration Online
Registrations can be made online at www.mcarealtors.org when paying with a Visa, MasterCard or American Express. Click on Register for Events on the homepage or on the left side of this page. This will take you to your Personal Portal where you can manage your membership in MCAR. Once you register, an e-mail confirmation will be automatically sent to you.
Event Registration using the Registration Form
The event registration form should be filled out completely and forwarded to MCAR with payment information included.
MCAR reserves the right to cancel an event and/or substitute presentations as circumstances warrant. If you need to cancel your registration for an event, you must do so by the cut-off date, at which time your registration fee will be refunded. We are unable to accommodate cancellations and/or refunds beyond that date. Any unpaid registration for an event for which you were unable to attend will be due and payable. In the case of a free event, if you register and do not attend without a 24-hour cancellation notification, you will be subject to a $15 charge.
If you have registered for an event but are unable to attend, you may transfer your registration to another party. You should advise the individual to notify MCAR that they are substituting for you, and they should present the Confirmation Notice upon registration on the day of the event.
MCAR requests feedback for most events in the form of evaluations and surveys. Please be sure to take a moment to complete the form or survey and return it to MCAR staff. It is through this manner that we are able to continually provide meaningful programming to MCAR membership.
MCAR meetings are a member benefit and are designed to provide relevant information and a stimulating networking environment. Active recruiting at a function of the Montgomery County Association of REALTORS® is strictly prohibited, as well as any conduct that may be construed as a violation of anti-trust regulation.