I’m a Nevada real estate broker.  I’m confused about Form 546A – Affidavit in Lieu of Form 546.  Can you help?

I’m a Nevada real estate broker. I’m confused about Form 546A – Affidavit in Lieu of Form 546. Can you help?

I spoke with Forrest Barbee, Broker, Berkshire Hathaway Homes Services Nevada, and he believes “the top of the old 2012 version [Rev. 03/12/2012] of Form 546A is what caused the confusion.”  Forrest, opined “the more recent Form 546A [Rev....
Is a broker required to submit an annual Nevada Real Estate Division Form 546A even if the broker does not provide property management services AND does not maintain a property management permit?

Is a broker required to submit an annual Nevada Real Estate Division Form 546A even if the broker does not provide property management services AND does not maintain a property management permit?

According to Jan Holle, Chief Compliance/Audit Investigator for the Nevada Real Estate Division, “Yes. Every broker has to fill out either Form 546 or 546A. Technically, neither form has anything to do with property management or whether a broker has a permit or...
I’m a Nevada real estate salesperson.  Does the Nevada Real Estate Division require me to  maintain any real estate transaction documents or is that solely the responsibility of the broker?

I’m a Nevada real estate salesperson. Does the Nevada Real Estate Division require me to maintain any real estate transaction documents or is that solely the responsibility of the broker?

According to Jan Holle, Chief Compliance/Audit Investigator for the Nevada Real Estate Division, salespeople and broker salespeople are required to submit transaction documents within the required time frame to their broker that will ultimately make up the...
Which documents does the Nevada Real Estate Division require a  broker to maintain in every residential transaction files?

Which documents does the Nevada Real Estate Division require a broker to maintain in every residential transaction files?

You’ll find your answer on page 20 of 54 in the reference manual published by the Education Section of the Nevada Real Estate Division. Click on: TRUST FUND ACCOUNTING AND RECORD KEEPING FOR NEVADA BROKERS.