Re/Max agents can shop for health coverage through e-commerce platform

Partnership with ConnectedHealth touted as tool for recruiting and retaining top-producing agents

Franchisor Re/Max LLC has selected ConnectedHealth as its e-commerce benefits platform, which will allow more than 56,000 U.S.-based agents at brokerages affiliated with Re/Max to shop for and purchase individual health coverage and ancillary benefits.

Agents affiliated with Re/Max can use the platform to shop for health insurance from both public and private exchanges, and from national and regional carriers. The platform is available now for those who need short-term coverage or are eligible for special enrollment. Open enrollment opens nationwide on Nov. 15.

Doctor image via Shutterstock.
Doctor image via Shutterstock.

“We’re proud to offer holistic benefit options to our affiliates across the nation in an effort to retain and attract top talent in the competitive real estate market,” said Sarah Blankman, Re/Max senior manager, business alliances, in a statement. “We selected ConnectedHealth’s individual platform for its superior decision-support tools, customer service capabilities and wide variety of carrier options. “

Franchisor Keller Williams Realty Inc. selected ConnectedHealth as its e-commerce benefits platform last year, in time for the launch of “Obamacare.”


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