Coldwell Banker Danforth Ends Affiliation with National Association of Realtors
Coldwell Banker Danforth, a real estate brokerage operating offices across King County, has decided not to renew its affiliation with the National Association of Realtors (NAR). The announcement comes amidst ongoing controversy surrounding the Realtor group.
Reasons for Leaving the NAR
While the specific reasons for Coldwell Banker Danforth’s decision to leave the NAR have not been disclosed, the move follows a trend of brokerages distancing themselves from the organization. In recent years, the NAR has faced criticism for its lobbying efforts, political donations, and support of controversial policies.
Impact on Coldwell Banker Danforth
By ending its affiliation with the NAR, Coldwell Banker Danforth will no longer have access to certain benefits provided by the organization, such as educational resources, networking opportunities, and marketing tools. However, the brokerage may find alternative ways to provide these services to its agents and clients.
Future of the National Association of Realtors
The departure of Coldwell Banker Danforth and other brokerages from the NAR raises questions about the organization’s future and its ability to maintain support from the real estate industry. As more brokerages reconsider their affiliations, the NAR may need to address the concerns and criticisms in order to retain its membership base.
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