Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® Introduces Association Insurance Marketplace

Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® Introduces Association Insurance Marketplace

– Program offers comprehensive personal life and health insurance solutions for network members. –

CHICAGO, IL – December 14, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® has joined forces with Colonial Life to offer network members a single source for health, life and personal insurance for both employees and sales associates.

The services are offered through Association Insurance Marketplace (AIM), created for the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® membership to offer affiliated brokerages essential insurance products. The program offers specially-negotiated terms and rates through major top-rated carriers.

“Our brokers are always looking for ways to distinguish themselves in their local markets. Providing insurance options for sales associates is a welcome benefit for many of these professionals who operate as independent contractors,” said Robin LaSure, LeadingRE vice president of corporate marketing. “Solutions are also available for group insurance, allowing brokers to offer their staff a full range of benefits.”

Paul Stanley, a DGA with Colonial and President of Association Insurance Marketplace adds, “We created a program specifically for this network to offer tremendous value and administrative ease on a full range of insurance solutions, including group major medical, dental and vision plans, and short- and long-term disability and life insurance. LeadingRE members can easily get custom quotes on these services through our website.”

To learn more about Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, visit www.LeadingRE.com.

To learn more about AIM, visit www.aimforbenefits.com.

Contact:
Kimberly Ecker
800-621-6510 x 158

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