This form is used by the Qualifying Broker (Participant) of the MLS office to grant access to another Realtor or Admin at that office to “work as” or “SuperUse” as another Realtor at your office. SuperUse of another MLS account means that the individual who is SuperUsing has access to another REALTORS Transaction Forms, Supra Functions, any other MLS Product that have, Single-Sign-On ability and the ability to edit/change listings under that Realtor’s name.
As part of this request the SuperUser agrees that their MLS account will be enabled with Dual-Authentication for the duration of the time they have SuperUse access. This is done to add an extra level of security for your brokerage and to cut down on liabilities that could arise from an unauthorized user who can modify your office transactions or listings.
SuperUse access is limited to real estate professionals at your MLS office. If you are a Qualifying Broker at a different MLS office an exception could be made to grant SuperUse another REALTOR at your separate office.
QB license exception: SuperUse access can also be granted to an MLS user across any MLS office as long as that individual holds a Broker License with the New Mexico Real Estate Commission. SuperUse access can be granted for an individual to access another MLS office if the same Qualifying Broker manages the additional offices.