zipLogix sends survey question to NAR board with no options for negative feedback

The transaction management software firm is trying to shore up support from NAR board before it votes to supply continued funding or not

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Transaction management firm zipLogix is appealing to the board of directors of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) for its support for continuing to fund its software to the tune of millions annually. NAR currently has a funding agreement in place with zipLogix in which it pays the company more than $12 million a year in exchange for zipLogix granting use of some of its transaction management software to NAR members.