There was a decrease in May Violations. However, wrong areas topped the list. Please don’t forget to double-check which area your property should be in by clicking on the NNRMLS Area Maps button on the Member Launchpad.
April 2014 Violations
|Total Violations Sent||128|
|Levels 1-3 Citations||104||(Allowed 2 business days to correct w/o fine)|
|Levels 1-3 Citations||9||(Not corrected after 2 business days -- fines were issued)|
|Level 4 Citations||24||(Automatic fine without 2 business days to correct)|
May 2015 Violations
|Total Violations Sent||61|
|Levels 1-3 Violations||46 (Allowed 2 business days to correct w/o fine)|
|Levels 1-3 Citations||0 (Not corrected after 2 business days so fines were issued)|
|Level 4 Citations||15 (Automatic fine without 2 business days to correct, unless documentation is provided)|
Breakdown of May 2015 Violations
|Wrong Area||15 Violations/0 Citations|
|Late Listings||15 Violations/0 Citations|
|Incorrect Information||7 Violations/0 Citations|
|Unauthorized Photo||6 Violations/0 Citations|
|Remarks||5 Violations/0 Citations|
|Incorrect Property Type||4 Violations/0 Citations|
|Missing Limited Service Docs||2 Violations/0 Citations|
|Missing Sliding Scale Info||1 Violations/0 Citations|
|Incorrect Status||1 Violations/0 Citations|
We thank and commend members for taking these violation notices seriously and updating or fixing the issue within the 2 business day grace period. The ratio of violations to citations proves that this policy is working.
Remember the goal of our compliance program is not to collect fines, but to correct the data.
We seek to ensure the MLS is a trading platform for our members with relevant, timely, accurate, and reliable data. If you are unclear on a rule or uncertain as to procedure, please contact your NNRMLS Team.