Saturday, May 26, 2018

Policy

The Masters Club's Mission

The Masters Club, formerly The Five Million Dollar Club was founded
In 1990 for the purpose of
“Creating Excellence Together”

  • Our objectives are bringing together agents who have exhibited high professional and ethical standards and exemplary sales records, to promote communications, education and to support Association and community activities.
  • Promote a professional image of high standards and good practices before the public.
  • Create an environment of absolute trust and cooperation for the betterment of all.
  • Provide a forum for the sharing of ideas and information with other high caliber, top producing agents.

Eligibility for Membership

  • Realtors who are members of the Anne Arundel Association of Realtors and one-half of the qualifying volume must be sold in Anne Arundel County.
  • Realtors must have settled volume of six million five hundred thousand dollars ($6,500,000) for the calendar year from Jan. 1 – Dec. 31. Application must be made before Jan. 31st using the application furnished by the club and accompanied by check for annual dues and any other required information. A late fee of $25.00 is due after February 1.
  • Life Member- Members must Qualify for the club Three consecutive years OR three out of four years for life membership. Life Members are not required to submit volume information annually.
  • Charter Members- Charter Membership was offered only in 1990. To have qualified you must have been licensed for at least 10 years prior to Jan. 1, 1990 and have settled at least 20 million dollars in volume or have settled 5 million a year in three of the past ten years. Charter members are not required to submit volume information annually.
  • A “No Sponsor” policy was established to keep the club independent and not indebted or obligated to outside sources, which might use our club as a forum to advertise their services.
  • Club Members are responsible for calling the Arrangements Chairperson to RSVP for every meeting by the advertised deadline (we pay for those meals not served from our budget).
  • Club members may invite guests, but members are responsible to attend the meeting and pay their guest’s breakfast fee. No monies will be accepted from your guests.