RISMEDIA, May 29, 2009-This week’s headlines from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS include: NAR offers members affordable guaranteed-acceptance limited health insurance; A May technology update from the Right Tools, Right Now initiative; and NAR grants support local affordable housing initiatives.
NAR Offers Members Affordable, Guaranteed-Acceptance Limited Health Insurance
NAR understands that many members lack health insurance, are significantly underinsured, or do not have access to affordable medical insurance that meets their needs. REALTORS® Core Health Insurance (RCHI)-NAR’s new REALTOR Benefits® Program Partner-offers members under the age of 65, affordable, guaranteed-acceptance limited medical health insurance. Plans are exclusively designed and priced for NAR members and provide coverage for everyday healthcare needs. No medical questions or exams are required and next day coverage is available. Limitations and exclusions may apply. Review complete program details online at the Realtors Core Health Insurance website or call 1-877-CORE-PLAN for personal assistance.
Right Tools, Right Now -May Technology Update
Get two new May Technology resources available for free as part of the Right Tools, Right Now Initiative. The Center for REALTOR® Technology is providing a blog that offers timely insights on technology tools and services you should know about. With REALTOR® Magazine’s “YouToo Can YouTube” article, discover new advances that have made it easier than ever to attract business with top-quality video. New resources every month, so visit the Right Tools Right Now website often.
NAR Grants Support Local Affordable Housing Initiatives
The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® has awarded $49,050 to 16 local and state REALTOR® associations through the Housing Opportunity Fund grants program. The grants help local and state REALTOR® associations promote and expand affordable housing opportunities in their communities.
For more information, visit www.REALTOR.org.
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