H2 relaxin, a member of the insulin superfamily, binds to the G-protein-coupled receptor RXFP1 (relaxin family peptide 1), a receptor that belongs to the leucine-rich repeat (LRR)-containing subgroup (LGRs) of class A GPCRs. We recently demonstrated negative cooperativity in INSL3 binding to RXFP2 and showed that this subgroup of GPCRs functions as constitutive dimers. In this work, we investigated whether the binding of H2 relaxin to RXFP1 also shows negative cooperativity, and whether this receptor functions as a dimer using BRET(2). Both binding and dissociation were temperature dependent, and the pH optimum for binding was pH 7.0. Our results showed that RXFP1 is a constitutive dimer with negative cooperativity in ligand binding, that dimerization occurs through the 7TM domain, and that the ectodomain has a stabilizing effect on this interaction. Dimerization and negative cooperativity appear to be general properties of LGRs involved in reproduction as well as other GPCRs.