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  • ARELLO Joe McClary ARELLO Director of Technology, Education, and Special Projects.
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  • ARELLO ARELLO.com
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  • ARELLO ARELLO Regulatory Agency National Association of REALTORS
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  • ARELLO 41 Active Jurisdictions 22 submit data monthly 2 submit data weekly 17 submit data daily 2 On Deck Submission Methodologies 17 submit via FTP (open ftp, ftp-authssl, sftp via ssh) 7 are retrieved from a jurisdictions public website 14 submit via email (1 secure email, 1 compressed with encryption) 2 use postal mail to send CDs\DVDs 1 secure, direct connection to Jurisdictions Database
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  • ARELLO ARELLO To make this an effective tool, data needs to be as current as possible. Therefore, where it is feasible for a jurisdiction to automate their submission, ARELLO encourages jurisdictions to submit daily. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas District of Columbia Florida Idaho Kansas Louisiana Missouri Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma Tennessee Vermont Utah West Virginia
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  • ARELLO Nebraska North Dakota
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  • ARELLO Alberta British Columbia California Colorado Delaware Georgia Hawaii Kentucky Maine Manitoba Massachusetts Michigan Montana Nevada New Hampshire Ohio Oregon Rhode Island Saskatchewan South Dakota Texas Wyoming
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  • ARELLO Jurisdictions that have successfully tested an import, but have yet to begin submissions Iowa
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  • ARELLO
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  • Companies using a computer servers to verify licensure in mass. Tom Harry Romona Tony Joe Safia Saed Ali Bob. XML Web Service Tom Harry Romona Tony Joe Safia Saed Ali Bob. ResultsSearch Data
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  • ARELLO MinnesotaUSA OntarioCanada MarylandUSA IndianaUSA South CarolinaUSA WisconsinUSA WashingtonUSA New JerseyUSA New MexicoUSA New YorkUSA QuebecCanada VirginiaUSA Nova ScotiaCanada
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  • ARELLO Aggregating licensee disciplinary action information and enabling searching against it.
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  • ARELLO
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  • Is designed to assist real estate licensing authorities in evaluating the honesty, trustworthiness, and competency of license applicants by providing them a mechanism to help determine whether an applicant for licensure has had disciplinary action imposed by a real estate license authority in another jurisdiction.
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  • ARELLO ARELLO Regulatory Agency
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  • ARELLO View general information on a licensees or applicants past disciplinary records. Verify that no licensee has had their license/registration sanctioned. (particularly revocation or suspension.) Check out nonresident licensees who hold multiple jurisdictional licenses. Check licensees as part of renewal.
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  • ARELLO Ensures a better license certification from non- resident licensees. May be used to address issues raised by administrative auditors of the agency. Upgraded DADB coming in Winter 2009.
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  • ARELLO Search the Data Bank Submit data to the Data Bank
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  • ARELLO One-at-a-Time Manual Search Attended Bulk search via Web Site Unattended Bulk search via FTP Open FTP FTP-AUTHSSL SFTP (using SSH) Automated Search via Web Service
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  • ARELLO One-at-a-Time Manual Entry Attended Bulk upload from file via Web Site Unattended Bulk upload from file via FTP Open FTP FTP-AUTHSSL SFTP (using SSH)
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  • ARELLO JurisdictionDate of Last Update Alabama10/19/2009 Alaska7/22/2009 Alberta9/28/2009 Arkansas9/21/2009 British Columbia10/9/2009 California10/8/2009 Colorado7/21/2009 District of Columbia9/23/2009 Georgia10/18/2009 Hawaii9/29/2009 Idaho10/5/2009 Illinois8/28/2009 Iowa10/15/2009 Kansas9/22/2009 Kentucky7/24/2009 JurisdictionDate of Last Update Louisiana9/22/2009 Maine10/15/2009 Manitoba9/17/2009 Maryland9/24/2009 Missouri10/20/2009 Montana9/1/2009 Nebraska10/20/2009 Nevada10/01/2009 North Carolina9/16/2009 North Dakota7/22/2009 Ohio10/08/2009 Oklahoma10/14/2009 Oregon9/17/2009 Pennsylvania9/1/2009 South Dakota8/17/2009 Texas10/7/2009
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  • ARELLO JurisdictionDate of Last Update Arizona10/2/2003 Connecticut1/1/1990 Delaware7/6/2006 Florida1/1/1990 Indiana7/15/2003 Massachusetts4/22/2003 Mississippi1/1/1990 New Jersey3/9/2004 New Mexico8/2/2005 JurisdictionDate of Last Update South Carolina9/29/2008 Tennessee6/25/2004 Utah1/1/1990 Vermont1/1/1990 Virginia1/1/1990 Washington2/13/2007 West Virginia7/5/2005 Wyoming10/1/2002
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  • ARELLO Michigan Minnesota New Brunswick New Hampshire New York Newfoundland Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Rhode Island Saskatchewan Wisconsin Yukon Territory
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  • ARELLO 17,037 searches in 2009 through ARELLO System 29 Jurisdictions Search the Data Bank 17 use our system PSI uses unattended searching for 6 of those (CO, TN, PA, IA, NJ, HI) AMP and Pearson VUE perform searches for (AL,DC,GA,KS,MS) Alberta 4/1/09 Arkansas 6/5/09 California 5/14/04 Colorado 9/14/09 Idaho 12/3/08 Kentucky 9/23/09 Louisiana 10/15/09 Maine 10/8/09 Missouri 10/20/09 Montana 9/28/09 Nebraska 10/20/09 Nevada 3/19/09 North Carolina 10/19/09 Oklahoma 10/20/09 Oregon 5/18/09 South Dakota 9/15/09 West Virginia 10/15/09
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  • ARELLO Flat Rate per Search Unlimited Searching No Minimums No Maximums Individual Searches Batch Upload Searches In-House Searches OR Third-Party Searches (no other plan is available to third-party application processing vendors) Fee: (billed at end of month for searches conducted) US$1.00 per search
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  • ARELLO Flat Rate per Year Unlimited Searching No Minimums No Maximums Individual Searches Batch Upload Searches In-House Searches (not available to third-party application processing vendors) Fee: (billed annually at the following rates based on number of licensees)
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  • ARELLO 1 to 500 501 to 1,000 1,001 to 2,000 2,001 to 3,000 3,001 to 4,000 4,001 to 5,000 5,001 to 10,000 10,001 to 15,000 15,001 to 20,000 20,001 to 30,000 30,001 to 75,000 75,001 and above $30$60$120$240$320$450$750$1,700$1,900$2,250$4,800$7,700
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  • ARELLO
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  • One stop shop for developers and regulators to store and collaborate on timeshare registration filings.
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  • ARELLO
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  • ARELLO Timeshare Registry System Regulators Developers Centralized registry used by regulators and timeshare developers. Secure Internet application designed to be used in a web browser.
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  • ARELLO Reducing redundant registration procedures and the associated costs for regulatory agencies and timeshare developers. Promoting increased uniformity and recognition in timeshare registration processes among jurisdictions.
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  • ARELLO Alabama Arizona Arkansas Colorado Connecticut Idaho North Carolina Louisiana Ohio Texas Washington Disney Hilton Marriott Orange Lake Properties Starwood Weinstock and Scavo, P.C.* Wyndham Timeshare Registry
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  • ARELLO According to statistics from printgreener.com, that ATR has saved: 2,033 lbs. of paper 24.2 trees 5,738 lbs. of greenhouse gas byproducts of paper production Need To Go Green? Timeshare Registry
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  • ARELLO Hawaii New Jersey Massachusetts Nevada Rhode Island South Carolina Utah Timeshare Registry
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  • ARELLO 767 registrations from six companies submitted to regulators. More than 202,000 documents are currently stored in ATR. ARELLO continues to monitor needs of regulators and developers and upgrade the system as necessary. Recently completed an information technology system audit to ensure the ATR system meets federal standards for application and network security. Timeshare Registry
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  • ARELLO Alabama: 21,905 Arizona: 7,433 Arkansas: 32,217 Colorado: 16,626 Connecticut: 16,641 Idaho: 8,400 Louisiana: 8,573 North Carolina: 25,532 Ohio: 4,538 Texas: 46,684 Washington: 12,901 Timeshare Registry
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  • ARELLO
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  • Alabama: 21,905 Arizona: 7,433 Arkansas: 32,217 Colorado: 16,626 Connecticut: 16,641 Idaho: 8,400 Louisiana: 8,573 North Carolina: 25,532 Ohio: 4,538 Texas: 46,684 Washington: 12,901
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  • ARELLO
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  • Quality and measureable objectives Appropriately designed and rigorous assessments Courses are offered for the appropriate clock hours Verification instructional support procedures Quality technical delivery Superior course evaluation Courses are taught as certified via auditing and ongoing monitoring Distance Education Certification
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  • ARELLO Where ARELLO Certification is required. Distance Education Certification 21 real estate regulatory jurisdictions require certification prior to approval.
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  • ARELLO Where ARELLO Certification is required or endorsed. 24 real estate regulatory jurisdictions endorse the standards and in most cases give some tangible benefit to providers for having certified courses. Distance Education Certification
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  • ARELLO 1. Dont just require ARELLO alone. There are alternatives although more expensive and less thorough. 2. Or, require course certification for the instructional design by an entity approved by the commission/board. Dont mention ARELLO as a sole entity. 3. If small providers wont permit it, require only for primary providers. The majority all ready have it and would thank you for leveling the playing field in your jurisdiction. Distance Education Certification
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  • ARELLO
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  • Education Solutions* Course design Delivery Instructional Design Consulting Technology Web Services Graphical Design Security Audits Consulting
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  • ARELLO
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