Design novel and innovative methods of attracting new members to the organization through membership drives, social events, notices in newspapers/flyers/radio, etc. Committee must review all applications and check references for membership approval. Contact new members to welcome to the Board and encourage committee participation. Membership retention consists of contacting old members to encourage their involvement. Certify roster prior to the elections, enforce rules governing the membership and recommend new rules where necessary for conciseness. Must keep the Board informed of any updated information and handle membership orientation. Membership Orientation informs new members of the history of EBR, existing committees and policies, rule and regulations. The committee shall also provide an overview and a thorough presentation of all of the organization's annual and current activities, i.e., mid-winter conference, annual convention of NAREB, annual awards dinner, million-dollar club, etc. Design novel and innovative methods of attracting new members to the organization.
Chairwoman: Karen Johnson
Young Realtists Division (YRD)
The Young Realtists assist EBR in membership recruitment and development through their efforts to Community outreach for youth. Provide information and encourage college students to join the real estate industry. Provide membership orientation to new members. Encourage participation in all events.
National President: Bilal Shareef
Atlanta Chapter President: Tori Nunley
The Empire Board of Realtists Women’s Council empowers a dynamic group of professionals, both men and women to achieve true leadership. This very unique organization celebrates the diversity in the market and the interests of the community. The Women’s Council of Realtists is a positive force amongst Real Estate professionals.
President: Audrey Milam
National Association of Real Estate Appraisers
The National Society of Real Estate Appraisers, Inc. (NSREA), was organized in the state of California in 1956. Our organization has members, most of which are licensed real estate practitioners, in the majority of the larger cities in the U.S.. Many have obtained advanced college or university training and are well known as appraisers in their communities.
Because our membership has worked and lived primarily in urban areas, we are recognized as especially knowledgeable regarding the values of properties in and around such areas. This fact increased the possibility that we would be called upon to aid in the development of activities for improvement in urban areas.
Emphasis on objectivity and the need for intensive study in appraising is a cornerstone of our training programs. Our re-certification program is based on continuing education and peer review. We are required to complete the re-certification program so that our skills are kept up to date. In addition, our standards of ethics and technical competency are among the highest in the industry. We have a working and meaningful relationship with other professional appraisal organizations, creating an atmosphere for the exchange of ideas and procedures.
Our symbols identify appraisers who will render fair and complete valuations, giving full consideration to all factors and circumstances. An appraiser certified by NSREA truly merits your full confidence.
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