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Who We Are


Our Mission

The Sunapee Region Board of REALTORS® (SRBR) serves the professional needs of our
membership while building cooperative relationships. It provides business and educational
resources for REALTORS® and Business Partners and encourages mutually beneficial
relationships in order to better serve the Public.


Our REALTOR® members abide by the strict National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Code
of Ethics which insures that consumers are served by requiring REALTORS® to cooperate with
each other in furthering clients' best interests.

Board of Directors

If you are currently an SRBR Member or Business Partner and would like to volunteer, we would love to hear from you!


Please contact

Stacy Kelley | Association Executive


Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Neighbors Helping Neighbors was established to support the needs within the communities in
which we are so proud to work and serve. We provide local school scholarships through this
organization as well as we provide help to many local charities and families in our community.
Please look out for events throughout the year that support this wonderful organization.


Thank you to all that have donated to Neighbors Helping Neighbors!




Become A Member

Why join Sunapee Region Board of REALTORS®

Sunapee Region Board of REALTORS® is a local board membership consisting of REALTORS® along with our wonderful business partners in the Lake Sunapee Region. We provide education tools and networking opportunities to help each other achieve success in their careers.

REALTOR® membership in the Association includes membership in both the New Hampshire and the National Association of REALTORS®.


Please contact Stacy Kelley for more information:

Member Benefits

SRBR is committed to bringing you the tools and information needed to help you succeed. Through membership, REALTORS® also are kept informed of changes within and external influences upon the Real Estate industry. Members who become involved at the Association receive the added benefits of camaraderie, networking and knowledge of their peers.

The following are some benefits that SRBR provides for your continued growth and success.


  • Education along with CE Credits, seminars for professional advancement

  • National, State and Local support staff

  • Legal Hotline

  • Real Estate forms online

  • Membership directory

  • Recognition awards for members

  • Arbitration, ethics and mediation through Professional Standards

  • Networking with fellow REALTORS ® & Business Partners in your market

  • General Membership Meetings and forums where guest speakers and peers can exchange industry information and ideas


Additional Benefits:
NHAR: http://www.nhar.org/membership/resources
NAR: https://www.nar.realtor/realtor-benefits-program

New Members

New members of local REALTOR® associations

must complete similar training when they first join.


A new member who has completed the New Member Code of Ethics Orientation shall not be required to complete additional ethics training until the next three-year cycle.



Why use a REALTOR®?

Buying a home may be the biggest purchase of your life. Selling or purchasing a home takes professional expertise, local knowledge and care throughout the process.
  • A REALTOR® is different from a real estate licensee. REALTORS® belong to the National Association of REALTORS® where they adhere to the NAR’s Code of Ethics which is based on professionalism and protection of the public. It insures that consumers are served by requiring REALTORS® to cooperate with each other in furthering clients' best interests.

  • The National Association of REALTORS® is America's largest trade association, representing 1.3 million members, including NAR's institutes, societies, and councils, involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

  • REALTORS® are subject to disciplinary action and sanctions if they violate the duties imposed by the Code of Ethics.

  • Non-REALTORS®, are not bound to any code of ethics as they are not members of the National Association of REALTORS®.

  • Before engaging the services of a real estate professional, ask if he or she is a REALTOR®

(Download our Member Directory)


Why New Hampshire and

the Sunapee Region

New Hampshire is also called the “Granite State” which refers to the extensive granite formations and quarries. Our state motto is “Live Free or Die”. We are bordered by Vermont to our West, Maine to our North, Massachusetts to our South and the Atlantic Ocean to our East.

NH offers many recreational activities such as hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, boating, mountain biking and golf to name a few. Our Fall Foliage season draws many tourists to our towns to take in the beautiful views. There is something for everyone here in New Hampshire!

Our Lake Sunapee Region is home to Mount Sunapee for all year recreational activities such as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, zip lining to name a few. We also have boating in the Summer on the 5th largest lake, Lake Sunapee, which is approximately 8.1 miles and contains 11 islands. We also have many other popular lakes and mountains in our area such as Little Lake Sunapee, Pleasant Lake, Lake Todd, Chalk Pond, Otter Pond, Messer Pond, Perkins Pond, Highland Lake, Ragged Ski Mountain and Mount Kearsarge.

Click for more information on our Lake Sunapee area and New Hampshire


Business Partners

Why Become a

Business Partner?

The purpose of the Sunapee Region Board of REALTORS® Business Partners is to provide quality,
comprehensive, professional resources and support to the REALTOR® membership. Together, we represent the community and do our part to support the community through our
fundraising efforts.

The Business Partners are trusted resources of the REALTOR® board, assisting in providing education, meeting and event sponsorships, information and resources for themselves and their clients.

Partnership Application

Benefits of Becoming

a Business Partner (BP)

Business Partner Minute:
• During a regular membership meeting, two BP’s are given the opportunity to tell the
membership about the business services they offer.
• This is exactly 60 seconds long and you will be asked to come up to the podium in order to
deliver a one minute message about your company.


Business Partner Greeter:
• During membership meetings a BP will be the person at the registration table greeting each member as they enter the room, checking them in and collecting fees.
• This person may hand out business cards and/or collect business cards from the membership. It is expected you will arrive at the meeting a little before 8AM to be ready as members will begin arriving at 8AM.


BP Educational Sponsorships:
• This is one or two BP’s who check in the members during an educational class. The Business Parter(s) will each be given a minute at the beginning of the class to talk about them, their company, specific program etc. (*Typically you will want to show up a little after 8AM in order to set up before members start arriving around 8:30.)
• The BP is welcome to stay for the entire class, in fact it can be beneficial to stay so that when the REALTORS® take breaks, you are there to network and socialize with the group. But again not a requirement.


Business Partners also may be asked to serve on Committees, offer presentations at individual offices, be represented on the SRBR website and BP Brochure, and assist with fundraising which offers exposure to the entire board and in some instances the community.

New Business Partners

  • Thank you for your interest in becoming a Business Partner of the Sunapee Region Board of REALTORS®.

  • As a Business Partner you will receive educational and training opportunities, and notice of Membership Meetings.

  • These meetings are an ideal place to meet your fellow BP’s and REALTORS® in the Lake Sunapee Region.

  • You will also be invited to participate in the SRBR BP Committee where you and other BP’s can meet to discuss issues important to the relationship between BPs and REALTORS®.

Business Partner Spotlight

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Education and Events

Continuing Education

To maintain your Real Estate license, you are required to participate in defined amounts of continuing education (CE) each year or recurring time period. These requirements are set forth in state laws and are administered by state real estate commissions.

New Hampshire real estate agents must complete 15 hours of continuing education every two-year period. Of these hours, 3 are required to be core courses.

Continuing Education Online

If you are looking for online continuing education classes, please click below


SRBR encourages all our REALTORS ® and Business Partners to take advantage of this member benefit. We strive to offer an amazing array of courses and seminars throughout the year that will expand your knowledge.


New Hampshire real estate agents must complete 15 hours of continuing education every two-year period. Of these hours, 3 are required to be core courses.

Please browse and sign up for classes on our calendar


Designations and certifications acknowledging experience and expertise in various real estate sectors that are awarded by NAR and each affiliated group upon completion of required courses.

Click here for REALTOR ® designations

Class Sponsor

If you would like to sponsor a class,

please contact:

Education Chair: Kristin Angeli

Event Sponsor

If you would like to sponsor an event,

please contact:

Business Partner Chair: Amy Drummond


Code of Ethics

REALTORS® are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time within three-year cycles.

Events Calendar