Six REALTOR® Associations honored with Community Outreach Awards
REALTOR® Associations all across the country constantly collaborate to improve their communities. Recently the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (NAR) recognized six associations with prestigious Community Outreach Awards. This is the second time NAR has honored REALTOR® associations with Community Outreach Awards. To be considered for the award, associations must have made use of multiple REALTOR® Party Community Outreach resources over a two-year period to address challenges facing their community, developed partnerships with community stakeholders, or involved the public in a project or discussion to improve the community. The award recipients were announced and recognized at NAR's 2017 Association Executives Institute in Denver.
“REALTORS® are community leaders and are dedicated to building successful neighborhoods and advocating on behalf of homeowners,” said NAR President William E. Brown at the awards ceremony. Brown is a second-generation REALTOR® from Alamo, Calif., and founder of Investment Properties, a division of his family real estate business. “I am proud to recognize the associations that are receiving NAR’s Community Outreach Award; through their work, these associations exemplify the core values of REALTORS® to improve their neighborhoods and communities.”
For more information on NAR's Community Outreach programs, please visit https://realtorparty.realtor/community-outreach