Honor Society

Missouri REALTORS® clapping during the award ceremony

Honor Society


The primary purpose of the Missouri REALTORS® Honor Society is to recognize and reward high professional achievement of members who seek excellence through education and who voluntarily contribute their time and skills to Board and Association leadership. The people who bring credit to the real estate industry statewide deserve the special recognition of their peers. The Missouri REALTORS® Honor Society is designed to bring them that recognition.


The Honor Society program is designed for both new REALTORS® and REALTOR-ASSOCIATES® and for those who have held membership for many years. Very little recognition is given for past achievement since the basic concept is to award active qualification points for professional education and for REALTOR® activity that ultimately results in better service to clients and customers.


Honor Society membership is not a one-time qualification. Yearly qualification is required in order to encourage continuing activity and involvement. After ten years of recognition, a member is considered to be a Lifetime Member of the Honor Society, therefore does not need to continue to apply. A minimum of 150 points per year is needed in order to qualify or maintain membership. A link to the application form is below. It lists, in detail, the point breakdown by category. The Missouri REALTORS® may at its discretion, require complete documentation of a member’s participation by requesting letters from Board/Association leadership to verify qualification. 

To qualify, applicants must have points in the following sections: Local Board/Association Activity, State Association Activity, and Political Involvement. And must have points in Education. No Exceptions.


Certificates of membership and year plates/plaques will be sent to the Local Board/Association President or AE, for presentation at a Local Board/Association function, so that the individuals recognized as members may be seen by their peers as high achievers.  

The 2022 Honor Society nomination has passed, please check back in January 2023.