Part of the cost of doing business as a real estate agent is spending a considerable amount of time driving from one property to another to assist clients. To help members who are always on the go, the National Association of REALTORS® recently announced a two-year extension of its agreement with Chrysler Group LLC, as NAR’s official automobile manufacturer through the REALTOR Benefits® Program.
Through the partnership with Chrysler, REALTOR® members and staff of local, state and national associations or boards of REALTORS® and their immediate family members will continue to receive exclusive savings and benefits, like a $500 cash allowance on the purchase or lease of select new Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram and now select Fiat® models, through 2015. “NAR is REALTORS®’ business advantage. This agreement with Chrysler Group is a natural fit, and we are pleased to continue our relationship with them for another two years,” says NAR President Steve Brown, co-owner of Irongate, Inc. REALTORS® in Dayton, Ohio.
“Our members know that having reliable transportation is a vital part of bringing value to buyers, sellers and investors. Receiving discounts and service benefits on some of the most recognizable and dependable automobile brands in the world means REALTORS® can spend less time focused on their travel needs and more time focused on their clients. Altogether, REALTORS® taking advantage of this program receive the value of their NAR membership dues for more than six years.” In addition to the $500 cash allowance, members are also eligible for a free, two-year “On The Job” service contract with their lease or purchase, which includes eight oil changes (including diesel), lube and filter—worth nearly $300. For more information and program details, visit www.realtor.org/Chrysler. NAR’s REALTOR Benefits® Program offers practical solutions for REALTORS® on the products and services they use every day. The program includes offerings in a variety of categories from over 30 companies recognized as leaders in their respective industries.
For more information, visit www.realtor.org.