Real Estate Latino Network (RELN) is looking for Real Estate Professionals in all 50 states to join our Exclusive Referral Network of Certified Bilingual Trusted Advisors
Who We Are
RealEstateLatino.com (REL), based in Jacksonville, Florida, is the nation's leading provider of real estate information and resources, with the mission to increase homeownership opportunities within the Latino community. Launched in 2004, REL was founded by William (Bill) Arce to address Latinos' real estate concerns when purchasing their home.
What We Offer
Our referral network offers real estate professionals the opportunity to target their local community in a whole different way. Our purpose is to offer our clients the most trusted and experienced agents that only the RELN certification program can ensure. If you support our mission and are able to pass our strict professional verification process, you may qualify to be part of our network.
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Successfully pass our application process and professional background check (conducted yearly prior to membership renewal).
Have your membership account in good standing.
Have experience as a licensed real estate salesperson for at least three years (license number is required).
Maintain his/her real estate license active while working with our clients.
Comply with all national, state and local laws, regulations and guidelines that govern the real estate industry.
Participate in our online certification training.
Act in accordance with our strict code of honor: "Impeccable-Ethical-Behavior"
How It Works
The agent must complete the application process and select a membership level. Note: If an agent is rejected for any reason, RELN will refund the full membership amount.
The agent will be given a Username and Password for the Lead Management Database and the Listing Management Software.
The agent will receive phone-verified leads (Buyers, Sellers and Short Sales). In the case of a buyer lead, RELN will attempt to provide a mortgage ready lead.
Agents will contact the lead within 24 hours utilizing the Lead Management Database.
During the real estate transaction REL remains in touch with all parties, to ensure the process goes smoothly until closing.
SELECT YOUR MEMBERSHIP LEVEL
Message From One Of The Advisory Board Members:
“In these times of change and strife in the real estate market there is a desperate need for consumers to find trustworthy information and professionals that enabling them to become homeowners, sustainably. I could not be more pleased to see the introduction of this venture by my respected colleague Bill Arce.
Bill has given a great deal of devotion and care over many years to building an organization of professionals that are committed to building this nation through the application of prudent and conscientious business practices in the real estate arena. At last, it has arrived!
[ FL ] Yadira Mejia
[ NY ] Gerardo Andrade Reyes
[ TX ]
Legend: :. Buyer Lead :. Seller Lead
“Real Estate Latino Referral Network” is the absolute best resource for generating leads among the Hispanic community online”
That’s what Giselle Perez of Keyes Realty, FL says about the RELN service after nearly 4 successful years working with us. Why do agents like Giselle recommend the RELN service so highly? Because we make finding and converting new business prospects easy and convenient – and because it works!
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NAHREP - A registered trademark of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, which identifies a Real Estate professional member who subscribes to its strict code of ethics. RealEstateLatino.com has no affiliation with NAHREP.
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