List of affiliated boards and associations | Federa

List of affiliated boards and associations

Board/Association Name
Broker in Charge

MIAMI Association of REALTORS
South Florida
George Lodge
Greater Metropolitan Association of REALTORS (GMAR)
Rashad Khan
Kansas Association of REALTORS

Greater Metropolitan Association of REALTORS (GMAR)
Washington D.C Metro
George Lodge
Northern Virginia Association of Realtors
Northern Virginia
George Lodge

Canopy Realtor Association
North Carolina
Wyatt Dinken
Greater Tampa Realtors
South Florida
Jamie Boone

Joining a new Board or Association

At Federa, we believe in giving our brokers the freedom to choose whether or not they want to join a real estate board or association. Joining a board can provide many benefits, such as access to professional development opportunities and networking events, but it is not always necessary for brokers to operate successfully.

Brokers who join Federa automatically have access to our powerful platform that automatically generates all the necessary contract documents needed to transact a real estate deal. These services are typically offered by real estate boards or associations, but we provide them to our brokers under the Federa umbrella, so they don't need to join a board to get access to them.

However, there may be specific situations where it is beneficial for brokers to join a real estate board or association. For example, if a broker wants to join a particular MLS or gain access to electronic lockboxes in a specific area, they may need to join the local board that manages those resources. Additionally, brokers who are new to the industry may benefit from joining a board to gain access to educational resources and networking opportunities.

Joining a real estate board or association under the Federa umbrella is simple and straightforward. Brokers simply need to obtain some company information from Federa for the board or association application. Our team is committed to supporting our brokers every step of the way, and we'll work with you to ensure that your application is completed successfully.

At Federa, we are committed to providing our brokers with the tools and resources they need to succeed in the real estate industry. Joining a real estate board or association is just one of the many options available to our brokers, but it is not always necessary. With Federa, brokers can choose the path that best suits their needs and goals.

If a broker decides to join a real estate board or association, we kindly ask that they notify us through a support ticket. This will allow us to update our records and add their information to our directory of boards and associations. By doing so, we can better support our brokers and ensure that they have access to all the resources they need to succeed.

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