Think you can’t afford benefits as an independent agent? Think Again.

Stop cheating yourself out of better health benefits coverage.


A Modern Health Benefits Platform

Whether you are currently looking for benefits for yourself or your employees, need a better way of managing costs, OR are looking to grow and want to use health benefits to attract top talent, we’ve got you covered. is a next-gen health care platform that empowers 1099s and small business owners to control and predict costs, save money and attract and retain the top talent.

Our Goal for you

Simplified Health Benefits

We simplify navigating health benefits coverage for you or your realtor-relationships, ensuring you and any of  your employees get the right services from the right partners at the best possible price. In doing so, we offer our clients the ability to do three things:

Control & Predict Cost

Discover tools and systems that control costs and keep premiums in check all while guiding members to great care.

Save Money

Our high-touch, cost-efficient platform offers health benefits coverage plans that save members on deductibles and drug costs.

Acquire & Retain Talent

Attract and retain top talent with our wide range of affordable white-glove health benefits solutions.

Our Plans

Our core plans are specifically designed for the unique needs of realtors. We offer the following level-funded plan types.

$1500/$3000 Platinum RBP

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

$2500/$5000 Gold RBP

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

$3500/$7000 Silver RBP

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

$5000/$1000 Bronze RBP

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

$5000/$10000 HSA RBP

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

$3500/$7000 HSA RBP

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

$2500/$5000 HSA

Major Medical- Unlimited Annual Benefits

Why Neighborly?

An Independent Agent-Friendly Platform

Our experience in all aspects of healthcare provider-based services allows us to design and develop a platform that is realtor-friendly while allowing us to continuously provide you with the analytics necessary to help you make smarter decisions about your business and how to operate it most cost-effectively.

First, it’s important to understand the competitive landscape of health benefits.

At its most basic, the marketplace for health benefits consists of three offerings: But what’s really the difference?

Traditionally, when people talked about insurance, it was “Fully Insured”. The employer or its employee pays a premium to the insurance company in return for paying future “covered” medical claims that are beyond the “out of pocket” maximum (the amount that employees and their families will pay for that service). The totality of risk for the medical claims is borne by the insurance company. As insurance is a for-profit industry, the insurance company must cover its risk and make money. As the cost of medical care increases, so too do the premiums. In fact, according to the latest Kaiser Family Foundation Report, average annual employee contributions to premiums and total premiums for single coverage have risen nearly 22% over the past 5 years.

On the other end of the offering spectrum from traditional insurance are self-insured plans.  These health benefits plans are created by and for the employers that fund them.  In most instances, an employer will then hire professional actuaries, a plan administrator (a third party administrator) to manage the plan and contract with a reinsurance (or Stop-Loss) carrier to cover claims above a certain cost.  This Stop-Loss insurance comes at a premium for the employer.  In almost all instances, small businesses (those with less than 499 employees) find it difficult to predict with any accuracy.

Over the past 15 years,  a middle ground between “self-funded” plans and “traditional” insurance has emerged.  These “level-funded” health plans are a fairly simple type of self-funding that are designed for small businesses.  Plan providers (such as Neighborly) establish a Third Party Administrator and get approved by a  stop-loss carrier who agrees to cover claims above a certain amount.  As these plans don’t need to be rated at a community level (as is the case with traditional insurance), level-funded health plans generally cost less and minimize the risk to employers, but only if the TPA knows how to balance cost-control with excellent healthcare and customer service.

happy small business team reviewing health insurance plans
small business employee benefits

Why Neighborly?

Why spend more money only to cheat yourself out of health benefits coverage? Neighborly provides access to a higher quality health plan at lower price. Neighborly offers access to a health care platform that empowers  independent agents and small business owners to control and predict costs, save money and attract and retain the top talent. Let Neighborly give you the edge you need to win the talent arms race.

Ready to get started?

Connect with our small business health benefits consultants to learn how you can start saving money with enhanced benefits for you or your team.


Reach Out

Click “Qualify & Enroll” 


Review & Select Your Plan

Review your options and select the best plan for you.


Gain Peace of Mind

Feel confident knowing your you’ve got coverage

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