2008 Technology Survey of REALTOR® Associations
2008 NAR survey of association technology use tracking programs, products, hurdles, and success stories.
From offering members Web sites to creating blogs, REALTOR® associations of all sizes advanced their use of technology in 2007. According to the National Association of REALTORS®’ second technology survey of associations, conducted in March 2008, associations are spending more on technology and providing more online services than ever before, while battling spam and struggling to find new ways to make members embrace technology.
More than 200 REALTOR® associations took part in the survey and shared their technology successes and challenges in 2007 and their plans for 2008.
The charts in the PDF below from the Spring issue of REALTOR® AE magazine detail what technologies associations are using and what their technology priorities are, but the most revealing data from the survey came from the stories of progress and frustration that association executives shared.
View the results of the 2008 REALTOR® Association Technology Survey (PDF: 1.28M) >
2005 Technology Survey of REALTOR® Associations
More than 275 REALTOR® associations took part in the inagural technology survey and shared their technology successes and challenges in 2004 and their plans for 2005.
The PDF report that follows details what technologies associations are using and what their technology priorities are.
View the results of the 2005 REALTOR® Association Technology Survey (PDF: 491K) >