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How to set up a refferal LLC or Corp and still have full service

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How to set up a refferal LLC or Corp and still have full service Real Estate company under my R E brokers licience. R E associations require every associate of a broker to join. Refferal agents pay no dues
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I want to know that I can form a refferal company. And not be forced by an association like GACAR to sign them up for monthly service fees. I have been given the impression that I must sign all associates. They acknowledge that Caldwell Banker has a refferal company and associates under their refferal company pay no association fees. And this is standard practice for all refferal bussinesses. My question is can they force me to sign up associates or can I make my ownership of a refferal company known and sign up only thoes I want to belong to the association. Is it only the association wanting to discourage me when they have no authority.

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I want to know that I can form a refferal company. And not be forced by an association like GACAR to sign them up for monthly service fees. I have been given the impression that I must sign all associates. They acknowledge that Caldwell Banker has a refferal company and associates under their refferal company pay no association fees. And this is standard practice for all refferal bussinesses. My question is can they force me to sign up associates or can I make my ownership of a refferal company known and sign up only thoes I want to belong to the association. Is it only the association wanting to discourage me when they have no authority. was nut sure you got this when I first sent it

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