Realtors miffed over mortgage-interest exclusion from Republican platform

Update: National Association of Realtors President Moe Veissi says in a statement: “The National Association of Realtors is disappointed that language protecting the mortgage interest decuction wasn’t included in the Republican platform but will continue to work closely with our congressional allies to support housing and homeownership issues because they affect all Americans and are critical to stabilizing and restoring the health of the housing market and broader economy.”


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House for sale in N.Y. this summer.

The Republican Party’s platform is taking final form in Tampa, and Realtors and home builders are in for a disappointment, while anti-abortion activists will be happy.

The committee drafting the GOP’s platform decided to reject a move to include language calling for preservation of the mortgage-interest tax deduction, something the National Association of Home Builders calls “a cornerstone of American housing policy since the inception of the tax code almost 100 years ago.” (From the MarketWatch archive: Tax deductions with some of the biggest payouts.)

Romney campaign adviser Jim Talent, who has represented Missouri in the Senate, reportedly urged GOP delegates to reject the mortgage-interest plank so as not to detract from Romney’s more general call for a simpler overall tax system.

Republicans are also set to include in the platform support for a “human life amendment” to the U.S. Constitution, CNN reported. It would outlaw abortion without making clear exemptions for cases of rape or incest.

Abortion has returned to the spotlight with force after comments made over the weekend by Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin led to some calls for him to quit the race. Akin has since apologized but has refused to drop his bid to unseat Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill. Market Pulse: Akin to stay in Senate race.

The panel working on the platform is expected to complete a draft Tuesday. The Republican convention opens Monday.

– Robert Schroeder

Realtors(R) Applaud FHFA for Expanding Short Sale Eligibility to Help More Struggling Homeowners

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The National Association of Realtors® applauds the Federal Housing Finance Agency for working with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to issue new guidelines that expand eligibility criteria and streamline the short sale process.

The new guidelines would offer a more streamlined short sale approach for homeowners most in need, as well as enable lenders to quickly and easily qualify certain homeowners for a short sale who are current on their mortgage payments, yet suffer from specific hardships such as job relocation, increase in housing expenses, unemployment and disability. The FHFA guidelines will also consolidate existing short sales programs into a single uniform process and provide lenders and homeowners clarity on processing a short sale when a foreclosure sale is pending.

“As the leading advocate for homeownership, Realtors® know that when a family is absolutely unable to keep their home, a short sale is often the best option for homeowners hoping to avoid foreclosure,” said NAR President Moe Veissi, broker-owner of Veissi Associates Inc. in Miami. “Realtors® appreciate FHFA’s efforts to increase the number of short sale approvals, which limit the losses incurred by homeowners, lenders, the federal government and taxpayers.”

NAR worked closely with FHFA and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to create the new guidelines and has long advocated improving the short sale process to provide more distressed homeowners with alternatives to foreclosure. NAR believes that improving short sale eligibility will allow more families to avoid foreclosure and reduce the negative impact foreclosures have on families and communities. Short sales also help stabilize home values and neighborhoods by keeping homes occupied, which benefits the housing market and aids in the recovery.

Veissi praised FHFA Acting Director Edward DeMarco for responding to consumer and Realtors®’ requests to increase the number of short sale approvals, and called on lenders to work harder to make short sales work for more underwater families hoping to avoid foreclosure.

“We hope these new guidelines will allow many more hardworking American homeowners that would have previously been denied a short sale to now be approved and avoid defaulting on their mortgage loan,” said Veissi.

Implementation of the new guidelines should begin on November 1. For more information, visit www.realtor.org/topics/short-sales.

The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

Information about NAR is available at www.realtor.org. This and other news releases are posted in the “News and Commentary” tab. NAR supports public policies and policymakers who support the positions of Realtors® and their clients and customers on private property rights, housing issues and homeownership, regardless of political party affiliation.

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Wisconsin Realtors Association: Both sales and median prices increase in July

Wisconsin Realtors Association: Both sales and median prices increase in July

8/21/2012

For More Information Contact:

Michael Theo, WRA President CEO, 608-241-2047, mtheo@wra.org

or David Clark, Economist, C3 Statistical Solutions and Professor of Economics, Marquette University, 414-803-6537, dclark@c3stats.com

MADISON, WI — The Wisconsin housing market continued to strengthen as existing home sales grew at a healthy 17.3 percent in July compared to that same month last year and median prices rose for the fifth straight month, according to the most recent monthly report by the Wisconsin REALTORS® Association (WRA). The median-priced home rose 2.1 percent to $143,000 compared to July 2011.

“While the pace of the national economic recovery has been weak this year, Wisconsin home sales have rebounded nicely over the past year,” said Rob Keefe, Chairman of the WRA board of directors. He noted that Wisconsin home sales have been outpacing the nation. A recent report from the National Association of REALTORS® showed that U.S. existing home sales in the second quarter grew at 8.6 percent compared to that same quarter last year, whereas the Midwest region was up 16.2 percent over that same period. By comparison, second quarter Wisconsin home sales were up 21.3 percent over last year. “The July sales figures continued this trend of robust growth in home sales,” said Keefe. Four of the six regions in Wisconsin grew by double-digit margins during July, with three regions up more than 20 percent for the month. Specifically, the Central and Southeast regions grew at just over 23 percent and the South Central region was up just over 21 percent. The Northeast region saw its home sales grow by 14.7 percent, whereas the growth in home sales was 4.2 percent in the North region and was 5.7 percent in the West. “The slower growth in the North and West regions may be due in part to lower availability of starter homes in those regions,” said Keefe, who pointed out that median prices were up 7.7 percent in the West and 8.3 percent in the North. “While some of these increases are due to general price appreciation in the state, much of it represents a shift in the mix of homes away from entry-level homes and lower-cost vacation homes toward higher-end properties,” he said.

The median price rose 2.1 percent in July, relative to July 2011, which represents the fifth straight month of higher median prices statewide. Although inventories remain solid, they have fallen significantly over the past year. “We were sitting on nearly 18 months of inventory in July of 2011, and that has fallen to just under 13 months,” said WRA President and CEO, Michael Theo. Still, housing remains very affordable. The Wisconsin Housing Affordability Index, which measures the percentage of a median-priced home that a buyer with the median family income can afford, was at 240 in July, up from a revised 218 in July 2011. This improvement in affordability is driven primarily by a reduction in mortgage rates. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage stood at 3.55 percent in July, which is a full percentage point below the mortgage rates this time last year. Although the Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index improved slightly in July, both the national and the state unemployment rate also increased by small margins. “Overall, this remains a buyer’s market, and given these phenomenal mortgage rates, there will continue to be good opportunities for those who qualify for loans,” said Theo. Working with a REALTOR® who knows the local market is the best way to identify the best values.

The Wisconsin REALTORS® Association is one of the largest trade associations in the state, representing over 13,400 real estate brokers, sales people and affiliates statewide. All county figures on sales volume and median prices are compiled by the Wisconsin REALTORS® Association and are not seasonally adjusted. Median prices are only computed if the county recorded at least 10 home sales in the quarter. All data collected by Wisconsin REALTORS® Association are subject to revision if more complete data become available. Beginning in 2010, all historical sales volume and median price data at the county level have been rebenchmarked using the Techmark system which accesses MLS data directly and in real time. The Wisconsin Housing Affordability Index is updated monthly with the most recent data on median housing prices, mortgage rates, and estimated median family income data for Wisconsin.
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KZA Realty Group President Kathy Zamechansky Named President-Elect of Bronx-Manhattan Association of Realtors

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Kathy Zamechansky, president and owner of KZA Realty Group, Inc.

It’s with pride and enthusiasm that I prepare to lead this incredible organization, and I am especially humbled to be one of six women to have this opportunity.

Bronx, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2012

Kathy Zamechansky, President of KZA Realty Group, Inc., a full-service commercial real estate firm specializing in the New York City and Southern Westchester County markets, has been named President-Elect of the Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors (BMAR), effective September 1, 2012. She will serve a two-year term in this role, succeeding current President-Elect Richard Guarino, Managing Partner at ERG Property Advisors, who will become the president.

Officially representing the real estate industry since 1924, BMAR is the local chapter for the New York State and National Association of Realtors. The organization strives to sponsor meaningful programs and services which enhance members’ ability to conduct their business in a competent and ethical manner, to promote cooperation and networking among its members, and to promote the public’s right to use and transfer real estate property.

As president, Zamechansky, who has more than 35 years of experience in the real estate industry, will work strategically with the Board of Directors, staff and members of BMAR to raise awareness of the organization and support and further its mission.

“It’s with pride and enthusiasm that I prepare to lead this incredible organization, and I am especially humbled to be one of six women to have this opportunity,” said BMAR President-Elect Zamechansky. “I look forward to working with all stakeholders to continue the excellent work of the Bronx-Manhattan North Board of Realtors and explore areas in which we might make even more of an impact.”

Zamechansky is no stranger to service to the community, having held a variety of public and private positions in the Bronx and Harlem throughout her career; she is currently the Executive Vice President of BMAR. Her extensive professional experience includes work with many national retailers, including Applebees, Dunkin Donuts, Dickey’s BBQ, Amalgamated Bank, VIM Stores and Walgreens. She represents Brightside Academy, an early childhood education Post-Graduate Center for Mental Health, as they expand into New York City, and works extensively with affordable housing developers including Azimuth, Jackson Development and the Arker Companies. Zamechansky is working as a project manager for D J Ambulette on the acquisition of a city-owned site where they were designated the successful bidder. In addition, KZA is providing consulting services to Triangle Equities on a mixed use development project on 149th Street and Bergen Avenue.

“I have known Kathy Zamechansky for over 30 years. Her wealth of experience in the community, business, and real estate industry is extensive and boundless. The Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors and the general membership will benefit from her leadership”.,” said BMAR Chief Executive Nunzio Del Greco, RCE.

KZA Realty Group http://kzarealty.com/ is a Bronx, NY based commercial real estate brokerage and development consulting firm. Founded in 1998 by real estate professional Kathy Zamenchansky, KZA specializes in commercial planning, project management, community and government relations, finance, marketing, and communications. Ms. Zamechansky is a member of several community and business organizations in the Bronx and Harlem, including the Board of Directors of the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Board of Governors of the Bronx, the Manhattan Board of Realtors, the Board of Directors of the Bronx Chamber of Commerce, the Harlem Business Alliance and the Advisory Board for the Fund for the Future Women Leaders of the Bronx. In 2009, she was named one of the 25 Most Influential Women by The Bronx Times Reporter and was awarded the Realtor of the Year by the Manhattan North Association of Realtors (BMAR). She may be contacted directly via cell at (347) 386-9452 or email at kzama(at)aol(dot)com.

The Bronx-Manhattan North Association Of Realtors® (BMAR) http://www.bmar.org is a professional trade association officially representing the real estate industry since 1924 and is the local chapter for the New York State and National Association of Realtors®. A wide range of Programs, Services and Networking Opportunities are sponsored for the benefit of members. BMAR strives to sponsor meaningful programs and services which enhance the member’s ability to conduct their business in a competent and ethical manner, to promote cooperation and networking among its members, and to promote the public’s right to use and transfer real estate property.

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Agent numbers hold steady in 2012

Numbers of real estate licensees in central Arkansas, while still off from a year ago, appear to be holding steady, according to local Realtor association officers. 

Nationally, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says employment of real estate brokers and sales agents is expected to grow 11 percent from 2010 to 2020, about as fast as the average for all occupations.

Predictions for 2012 were for declines in state licensee numbers anywhere from seven to 15 percent. Libby Sheard, executive director of the Little Rock Realtors Association says that her numbers are actually up from the end of January.

“We lost 62 members from the end of December to the end of January, when we had 1098 members. July 31 we had 1108 members.”

Sheard feels like they will pick up more new agents by the end of the year. “We are likely lookWing at being down 4 or 5 percent for 2012, rather than the 7 to 8 percent that was projected.

In Saline County, Benton/Bryant Realtor Association Executive Director Ethan Nobles says they currently have 205 active members, up from 191 at the end of last year. “It is hard to say which members actually active,” Nobles says. “Simply put, people do drop out throughout a year and they remain as members. They are only taken off the roles when they don’t pay their dues the following year.

“What is typical here in Benton, then, is for a bunch of people to drop out at the first of the year. We have been fortunate enough, however, to have new members come in and keep our counts relatively stable.”

“One significant thing for us,” Nobles says, “was when the Malvern board dissolved and its active members (13 of them) joined our board.”

In Faulkner County, Executive Director Connie Briggler reports that they have 267 members, compared with 275 at this time last year. And Janene Inzer, executive director of the North Pulaski Board, says their membership has increased since January, from 486 to 503.

Paul Bishop, NAR vice president of research, said member income rose for the first time since 2002. “The median income of a Realtor® rose 2.3 percent to $34,900 in 2011, which is the first overall gain in nine years,” he said.

“Many Realtors® have persevered through very difficult market conditions and understand the cyclical nature of the business, but have never had to endure a cycle like the one that is presently waning. The good news is home sales are rising, overall activity is expected to be notably better this year and individual prospects are much brighter given there are fewer Realtors than several years ago.”

Statewide there were 11,867 licensees in Arkansas, 8,860 of which were active, as of August 6, 2012  (Active means they can practice real estate, while the rest are holding licenses on inactive status in which case they cannot practice real estate until they activate).

Gary Isom, executive director of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission, says it compares to 12,368 and 9,241 respectively for August 2011.

He reports that for July 2012, the first month of AREC’s fiscal year, AREC received $4,700 in new applicant fees as compared to $1,750 in July 2011. These numbers include new licenses for both salespersons and brokers. The salespersons will be new persons entering the business while the new broker licenses reflect persons already in the business moving up from a sales person to broker.

Also, Isom says that July 2012 produced license renewal fees of $64,640 vs. $42,260 in July 2011. Because renewals began approximately mid-July, this reflects less than one month of a five-month-plus renewal period, which ends December 31st. “We are hoping that licensees are renewing at a faster pace because they have less apprehension about their future in the real estate business,” Isom says.

Back in March, the Daily Record reported that Keith Montgomery of the National School of Real Estate in North Little Rock was encouraged by attendance in his classes, saying that the school just enjoyed their highest enrollment for February classes since the economic downturn.

“We had been averaging about 40 per pre-licensing class, or 80 per month,” Montgomery said. “Then the numbers began trickling down. In ’08 and ’09 we averaged about 25-30 per class and last year only about 20. It began improving about mid-year in 2011. We just had the best February, and January had been better than December.”

The NAR says that in May 2010, the median annual wage of real estate brokers was $54,910, and the median annual wage of real estate agents was $40,030. Brokers and agents earn most of their income from commissions on sales.

The income and business of Realtors is growing after many years of decline, according to the 2012 NAR Member Profile.

Members licensed as brokers typically earned $48,400 in 2011, while the median for sales agents was $27,200.

The higher median income was reported members in the business for 16 years or more, who earned $50,200. Realtors working 60 hours a week or more earned $80,900, and 17 percent of all members earned a six-figure income.

The typical NAR member has 11 years of experience and works 40 hours per week; 60 percent are women, who account for 55 percent of brokers and 66 percent of sales agents. More than nine out of 10 Realtors® are certain they will remain in the business for at least two more years.

The average NAR member is 56 years old; only 2 percent of all Realtors are under 30 years of age and another 4 percent are 30 to 34 years old; 22 percent are 65 or over.
Repeat business accounted for a median 19 percent of activity in 2011 and is higher for those with more experience – for members with 16 years or more in the business, that number rises to 38 percent. Referrals accounted for an additional 20 percent of business activity.

Nine out of 10 Realtors are homeowners. They often invest in real estate and own other homes in addition to their primary residence – 53 percent own at least one residential investment property and 29 percent own at least one commercial property. In addition, 19 percent own at least one vacation home.

The 2012 National Association of Realtors Member Profile is based on a survey of 58,823 members, which generated 6,245 usable responses, representing an adjusted response rate of 10.8 percent.

The week ahead in business

TUESDAY:

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve releases minutes from its July interest-rate meeting.

WEDNESDAY:

WASHINGTON — National Association of Realtors releases existing home sales for July, 10 a.m.

THURSDAY:

WASHINGTON — Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims, 8:30 a.m.; Freddie Mac, the mortgage company, releases weekly mortgage rates, 10 a.m.; Commerce Department releases new home sales for July, 10 a.m.

FRIDAY:

WASHINGTON — Commerce Department releases durable goods for July, 8:30 a.m.

Miami Real Estate Still Hot

The Miami Association of Realtors reports that there is no slowing in sales for real estate in Miami-Dade County as investors seek deals in the Sunshine State. The result has been a 4% increase in median sale prices for single-family homes in the area compared to the same quarter last year and 28% year-on-year increase for condos. Experts say the activity is being driven by limited supply and increasingly strong demand as both U.S. and international buyers compete for properties. Local realtors say they are seeing numerous offers on properties, although tight lending restrictions are still sidelining many prospective buyers. For more on this continue reading the following article from Property Wire.

Limited housing supply and strong demand has seen home prices in Miami increase again in the second quarter of 2012, the latest data from the Miami Association of Realtors shows.

The median sales price for single family homes in Miami Dade County rose 4% to $185,000 in the second quarter of 2012 compared to the second quarter of 2011, and 6% compared to the first quarter of 2012.
 
And the median sales price for condominiums was $153,000, an increase of 28% year on year and 18% compared to the previous quarter.

The data also shows that year on year the average sales prices for single family homes and condominiums increased 10% to $345,191 and 22% to $254,045, respectively.

‘Limited supply of single family homes and condominiums is resulting in robust price appreciation, reflecting the demand that persists for Miami real estate,’ said Martha Pomares, chairman of the board of the Miami Association of Realtors.

‘Miami is a very unique real estate market, attracting both US and international buyers unlike any other market in the country. Such appeal will continue to support local market strengthening long into the future,’ she added.

Nationally, the median sales price of existing single family homes was $181,500 in the second quarter, up 7.3% from the second quarter of 2011, according to the National Association of Realtors. The national median sales price for condominiums was $178,000, a 7.5% increase over the previous year.

Following a record breaking year in 2011, sales in Miami remain at historically strong levels. ‘There is obvious and strong demand for Miami properties, despite the dwindling supply,’ said Miami Association of Realtors residential president Patricia Delinois.

‘We are seeing multiple offers for many properties, which are taking considerably less time to sell. Still many qualified buyers are being denied the dream of home ownership due to unnecessarily tight mortgage underwriting standards,’ she added.

Total housing inventory in Miami-Dade County decreased 28% year on year and 6.1% compared to the previous quarter.  Currently, there are 11,497 active listings in Miami-Dade County.

This article was republished with permission from Property Wire.

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KZA Realty Group President Kathy Zamechansky Named President-Elect of … – Virtual

President-Elect will be 6th Woman to Take Helm of 88-Year-Old Organization

Bronx, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2012

Kathy Zamechansky, President of KZA Realty Group, Inc., a full-service commercial real estate firm specializing in the New York City and Southern Westchester County markets, has been named President-Elect of the Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors (BMAR), effective September 1, 2012. She will serve a two-year term in this role, succeeding current President-Elect Richard Guarino, Managing Partner at ERG Property Advisors, who will become the president.

Officially representing the real estate industry since 1924, BMAR is the local chapter for the New York State and National Association of Realtors. The organization strives to sponsor meaningful programs and services which enhance members’ ability to conduct their business in a competent and ethical manner, to promote cooperation and networking among its members, and to promote the public’s right to use and transfer real estate property.

As president, Zamechansky, who has more than 35 years of experience in the real estate industry, will work strategically with the Board of Directors, staff and members of BMAR to raise awareness of the organization and support and further its mission.

“It’s with pride and enthusiasm that I prepare to lead this incredible organization, and I am especially humbled to be one of six women to have this opportunity,” said BMAR President-Elect Zamechansky. “I look forward to working with all stakeholders to continue the excellent work of the Bronx-Manhattan North Board of Realtors and explore areas in which we might make even more of an impact.”

Zamechansky is no stranger to service to the community, having held a variety of public and private positions in the Bronx and Harlem throughout her career; she is currently the Executive Vice President of BMAR. Her extensive professional experience includes work with many national retailers, including Applebees, Dunkin Donuts, Dickey’s BBQ, Amalgamated Bank, VIM Stores and Walgreens. She represents Brightside Academy, an early childhood education Post-Graduate Center for Mental Health, as they expand into New York City, and works extensively with affordable housing developers including Azimuth, Jackson Development and the Arker Companies. Zamechansky is working as a project manager for D J Ambulette on the acquisition of a city-owned site where they were designated the successful bidder. In addition, KZA is providing consulting services to Triangle Equities on a mixed use development project on 149th Street and Bergen Avenue.

“I have known Kathy Zamechansky for over 30 years. Her wealth of experience in the community, business, and real estate industry is extensive and boundless. The Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors and the general membership will benefit from her leadership”.,” said BMAR Chief Executive Nunzio Del Greco, RCE.

KZA Realty Group http://kzarealty.com/ is a Bronx, NY based commercial real estate brokerage and development consulting firm. Founded in 1998 by real estate professional Kathy Zamenchansky, KZA specializes in commercial planning, project management, community and government relations, finance, marketing, and communications. Ms. Zamechansky is a member of several community and business organizations in the Bronx and Harlem, including the Board of Directors of the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, Board of Governors of the Bronx, the Manhattan Board of Realtors, the Board of Directors of the Bronx Chamber of Commerce, the Harlem Business Alliance and the Advisory Board for the Fund for the Future Women Leaders of the Bronx. In 2009, she was named one of the 25 Most Influential Women by The Bronx Times Reporter and was awarded the Realtor of the Year by the Manhattan North Association of Realtors (BMAR). She may be contacted directly via cell at (347) 386-9452 or email at kzama(at)aol(dot)com.

The Bronx-Manhattan North Association Of Realtors® (BMAR) http://www.bmar.org is a professional trade association officially representing the real estate industry since 1924 and is the local chapter for the New York State and National Association of Realtors®. A wide range of Programs, Services and Networking Opportunities are sponsored for the benefit of members. BMAR strives to sponsor meaningful programs and services which enhance the member’s ability to conduct their business in a competent and ethical manner, to promote cooperation and networking among its members, and to promote the public’s right to use and transfer real estate property.

Miles Moseley joins Bender sales team

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Bender Realty is pleased to announce that Miles Moseley has joined its residential sales team.

Mosley, a native of Cleveland, attended Bradley Central High School and Cleveland State Community College. His background is in business and private investing and he has spent the majority of his career in the golf business where he worked as a golf professional and played golf professionally. His wife, Liz, is a psychology instructor at Cleveland State Community College; they are members of Candies Creek Church. When not working in real estate, Miles enjoys golfing, studying business and investing, buying and selling almost anything, traveling, and inventing.

Moseley said he carefully researched which real estate firm to join in Cleveland. He chose Bender Realty because he was impressed by its level of professionalism, along with the firm’s longevity in serving the real estate needs of the community.

“Real Estate offers me the rewarding opportunity to help families and individuals in the largest financial purchase or sale they will make in their lives,” Moseley said. “My ‘Out-of-the-Box’ Thinking (will) help buyers and sellers find the hidden potential of properties, and (help) investors and businesses find properties that will maximize their investment. Bender Realty possesses all the qualities of a real estate firm I was looking for, especially the team support that will ensure that I will do my very best.”

Moseley is a Member of the National Association of REALTORS®, Tennessee Association of REALTORS®, and River Counties Association of REALTORS®.

“We are very pleased to welcome Miles to our Bender Realty family,” said Jim Workman, owner/broker of Bender Realty. “His experience, enthusiasm and commitment to customer service makes him a great asset to our company. He is committed to providing the highest levels of service to his clients and customers.”

For more information, call 472-2173 or 322-2818.