RESO has six membership classes based upon the types of member organizations. There are significant benefits for the many different classes of RESO member organizations.
Dues for RESO membership are based either on the revenue or the number of subscribers to an organization, as outlined below. Membership terms match the calendar year with dues billed for one full year and then prorated at renewal for the following year.
RESO Membership Classes
Class A – The National Association of REALTORS®
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) founded RESO. Upon RESO’s incorporation as an independent non-profit entity, NAR became the sole Class A member.
Class B – Technology Companies, Developers, Partners & Consultants
Technology companies, developers, partners, consultants, or companies providing services to the real estate industry are eligible for Class B membership. Dues for Class B membership are based upon gross annual revenue as listed in the ranges below. | APPLY FOR CLASS B MEMBERSHIP
Class C – Multiple Listing Services and REALTOR® Associations
REALTOR® associations and Multiple Listing Services are eligible for Class C membership. Dues for Class C membership are based upon subscriber (licensee) totals as shown in the range below. | APPLY FOR CLASS C MEMBERSHIP
Class D – Real Estate Brokerages, Brokers, Agents & Appraisers
Real estate brokerages, brokers, agents, and appraisers are eligible for Class D membership. Dues for Class D membership are based upon the total number of licensees, as shown in the range below. | APPLY FOR CLASS D MEMBERSHIP
Class E – Mortgage, Lending & Title Companies
Lending, mortgage and title companies providing services to the real estate industry are eligible for Class E membership. Dues for Class E membership are based upon annual gross revenue. | APPLY FOR CLASS E MEMBERSHIP
Class F – Other Associations or Groups (requires RESO board approval)
Other association or standards group not directly affiliated with the National Association of REALTORS® and not adequately described in the above membership categories (Classes A through E) are be eligible for Class F membership. Class F membership requires approval from the Board of Directors. Membership fees are based upon either the organization’s annual revenue, membership size, or the number of licensees. Request approval for membership from the Board of Directors by emailing email@example.com.
Class F Membership fees are set by the RESO Board of Directors upon review and approval based upon the primary revenue model for the organization.
More information about RESO
Please contact RESO staff with any questions.
General Conditions for Membership in RESO
In accordance with the General Conditions for membership in this association, the applicant hereby agrees to accept and abide by the Bylaws and Member Intellectual Property Rights Agreement (MIPRA) established by RESO, and as amended from time to time.DLU January 16th, 2020