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The REBNY churn: Who’s joined or dropped out?

Behind record REBNY membership is a churn of real estate pros coming and going

February 22, 2012 04:30PM
By Adam Pincus

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From left: Christopher Schlank and Nicholas Bienstock of Savanna, David Von Spreckelsen of Toll Brothers, Drew Anderman of Walker & Dunlop and Shimon Shkury of Ariel Property Advisors

From the February issue: Membership at the industry’s leading trade group, the Real Estate Board of New York, is at an all-time high, but outside of public view there is a constant turnover of its ranks.

This month, The Real Deal did a first-ever analysis of REBNY membership, comparing the Class of 2012 to the Class of 2011 to see who joined — and who dropped out — this year. [more]

  • Scrooged

    As a brokerage, I just don’t see how it benefits the brokers to be a part of REBNY. If someone is able to explain this to me I will forever be grateful.

  • Raging Realtor

    @Scrooged. If you are not a REBNY member, your colleagues treat you as a second rate untrusted broker right off the bat.

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