Read these case studies to learn how associations have benefited by sharing services with neighboring boards.
Associations that do not have their own association executive look to nearby associations to provide executive and administrative services while preserving their local identity.
Electronic lockbox service is one of the most basic association member benefits. Yet, what happens when a member in one association wants to access the lockbox on a property listed by the member of a neighboring association?
Whether it's a state sponsored program, sharing hearing board members, or sharing personnel, associations can save time, money, and work, by working together and sharing the administrative costs and burden of enforcing professional standards.
Sharing a government affairs director can help associations be more effective in political advocacy efforts at the local, state and federal levels, strengthening the REALTOR® voice.
Associations sharing an MLS with a reciprocal agreement allow associations to maintain their own identity while showing members value through lower costs, reduced data entry and a wider distribution of listings.