How do I become a Member?

The 400 North Association has 2 different memberships: REALTOR® (person holding an active real estate or appraisal license); and Affiliate (non-licensed individual). For more information on membership types and fees, click here.

To become a member, you will need to complete an application and pay the appropriate membership fees. Additionally, REALTORS® must complete a 90 minute in-class local 400 North Association training session and a new member Code of Ethics (COE) Orientation session within 6 months.

How do I complete an Application?

You have 2 ways to submit your application:

  1. Online - Please use the online application link below to apply for membership.
  2. Mail - Download the appropriate application and mail to:
    400 North REALTORS®
    5784 Lake Forrest Dr.
    Atlanta, GA 30328

When mailing an application, please indicate your preferred payment method and don't forget to sign the application form. If paying by check, please include payment with your membership application. If you wish to pay by credit card, you will receive a phone call from our Membership Department once your application is received.

Please note: All applications will be processed in the order with which they are received. Upon completion of your application and provisional membership, you will receive a welcome email that contains your account login, member NRDS ID number, instructions on retrieving your receipt, and explanation of new member training requirements (if applicable). REALTOR® type members will use their active NRDS ID number provided in the welcome email to access member benefits along with GAR forms.

We greatly appreciate your interest in becoming a member of the 400 North REALTORS®. Should you have any questions please call 404.845.4008 or email


In order to join the Association, you will need to pay the prorated amount of your membership fees and an application fee. 400 North's fiscal cycle runs July 1 - June 30, while GAR's and NAR's fiscal cycles are based on a calendar year, January 1 - December 31.

New REALTOR® members will pay a $65 application fee in addition to the annual fee listed below.

If you are a REALTOR® type applicant and you're applying for primary membership with the 400 North REALTORS®, you have the ability to participate in a new member payment plan. Your 1st installment will include the $65 application fee + ⅓ of the pro-rated dues amount. Each subsequent installment will be ½ of the remaining balance and will be charged (30) days from your 1st installment date. Enrollment details are located in the payment section of the online application.



A REALTOR® is defined as an individual who holds an active real estate or appraiser's license.

REALTORS® also hold membership with the Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR) and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).


Affiliate Member


An Affiliate is an individual who does not hold an active real estate license, but has interests in the real estate profession.

Affiliates also hold membership with the Georgia Association of REALTORS® (GAR).


Membership Application

Committee Registration

Online Membership Application

REALTOR® Emeritus Application

Transfer Request Form

4 Steps to Join

SUBMIT a completed application with the appropriate membership fee.
ATTEND New Member Orientation within the first six months of membership.
COMPLETE an NAR-approved Code of Ethics training within the first six months of membership.
NOTIFY 400N with proof of your Code of Ethics completion.

Becoming a REALTOR®

A real estate agent is a REALTOR® when he or she becomes a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS®, The Voice for Real Estate, the world's largest professional association. The term REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. When you join a local REALTOR® association, you automatically become a member of that association's state association and the National Association of REALTORS®.

Use of the term REALTOR®

It is important for all the Board's members to review their current usage of the term and make sure that it is done in a proper manner and is not in violation of the trademark.

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