Do you have to join another association to participate in its MLS?
11/19/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff
My market area is mostly in one local REALTOR® association, but part of it falls under another association. Do I have to have a secondary membership in that association to use its services?
No. While secondary membership in a neighboring association is encouraged so you can receive their communications, network with other Texas REALTORS® in your market, and participate in their consumer-outreach activities, membership is not required to participate in another association’s MLS or to purchase any other services through that association.
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