As of right now, there are four categories:
- Multiple listing service/association staff
- MLS/association CEO
Vendor Alley reports that it plans to add additional features and possibly additional categories down the line.
"I get a lot of requests for job postings on Vendor Alley or people wanting recommendations. I also saw that there was no single place for people to look for jobs in the real estate industry. Since Vendor Alley gets such diverse readership — vendors, MLS professionals, sales, tech, portal, brokers, agents, franchisees, etc.– I thought it would be a good place to start a job board," said Greg Robertson, founder of Vendor Alley and co-founder of Web software company W&R Studios.
To post a job, employers fill out a form that includes a place for a job descriptions and contact information. It is $29.95 to post a job for 30 days via PayPal. There is also the potential for the job openings to be written up in the Vendor Alley blog for an additional fee. Robertson has requested feedback for the offering.
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Katie Lance is the marketing manager for Inman News. Future of Real Estate Marketing is a part of Inman News.
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