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2001 Meeting Minutes



Present: Evelyn Rank, Chair; Jim Hughes; Robert Miller; Barbara Leestamper

Others present: Roger Hansen, Executive Secretary; Pam Griebel, Assistant Attorney General; Susan Griffel, Education Director; Bill Herman; and Tish Young, staff.

Rank called the meeting to order at 9:06 a.m. Hughes moved, seconded by Miller to approve minutes of January 24, 2001 meeting. Motion carried with all voting aye.

The Commission considered a request by Dennis Gilliam for substitution of prior experience for part of the 24 months active salesperson experience to qualify for a broker license 543B.15(8). Miller moved, seconded by Hughes to deny the request. Motion carried unanimously.

Hughes moved, seconded by Miller to go into closed session at pursuant to Iowa Code 21.5(I)(d) and Iowa Code 21.5(I)(f). Roll call vote as follows: Miller, aye; Hughes, aye; Rank, aye. Motion carried unanimously.

The Commission entered into closed session at 9:30 a.m. and arose there from at 10:40 a.m.

Hughes moved, seconded by Miller to approve the application for reinstatement of the salesperson license of Tracey Barkalow, only after satisfactory proof of completion of all court ordered programs and payment of all monetary assessments is provided to the Commission. Motion carried with all voting aye.

Hughes moved, seconded by Miller to close the following cases: 00-119 and 00161

Hughes moved, seconded by Leestamper to find probable cause in the following cases: 00-153 and 00-077

The Commission considered a request for informal advise from Symmetry Real Estate Co. Bettendorf, IA. Greibel will prepare and send a response addressing Commission concerns.

The Commission staff is continuing to make progress toward reorganizing the rules in response to Executive Order #8. Input will now be solicited from interested parties relating to rules contained in proposed new chapters 1 through 4.

Rank and Hughes discussed their concerns and the need to explore legislative changes next session to increase disciplinary fine amounts that can be assessed.

Griffel reported that she has scheduled an Instructor Workshop for August 10th & 11th. Some of the items to be covered will be designing a new Law Update course.

Hansen reported that has been approved to attend the ARELLO Board of Directors meeting in April. He serves on the Board of Directors as Central District Vice-President.

Hansen also reported that the Professional Licensing Division is continuing to work with the Information Technology Division to get the remaining licensing boards online renewal capabilities and to possibly obtain a search engine for licensee rosters.

Paul McLaughlin, IAR, reported on his involvement assisting with Executive Order # 8 rule review and updated the Commission on the association’s legislative activities and meeting schedules. He also reported that Hansen is on the program for the Technology Committee / CRS Luncheon, scheduled for March 13, 2001.

Hughes moved, second by Leestamper to adjourn. Motion carried unanimously.

Meeting adjourned at 11:30 a.m.

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