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RESO makes membership fee changes

by Greg Robertson on July 26th, 2016

RESO Makes Certification a Member Benefit
Adjusts Dues to Make Membership Accessible to More MLSs, Real Estate Brokerages

“The RESO Board of Directors announced it has revised its 2017 membership dues to increase industry participation in standards development, and to ensure that adoption and certification of standards are accessible to all organizations. RESO Board also announced that effective immediately, Certification will be a membership benefit covered by the member’s annual dues, eliminating separate fees for Certification.
“By creating new membership tiers and slashing our annual dues for brokerages with fewer agents and MLSs with lower membership counts, we make RESO membership in 2017 more accessible for everyone in the real estate industry,” said Jeremy Crawford, executive director of RESO. “This ensures all market segments are affordably represented in the creation of industry standards, and greatly strengthens our ability to implement data standards, which directly improves the process of buying and selling homes for everyone,” he added.”

Certification fees go away for RESO members as they are now included in their RESO membership effective immediately – and beginning in January, hundreds of Brokerages nationwide can become RESO members for as little as $50 a year with the new 2017 membership dues just approved by the Board of Directors. Smart.

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