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REALTOR and college leaders provide career vision to teens

Boys and Girls Club of Western PA visited our offices

  • 5 December 2016
  • Author: Jeff Zirngibl
  • Number of views: 398
The National Association of REALTORS launched an initiative to partner with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America on the local level across the nation.  RAMP has stepped up and helped to provide a "vision of opportunity" to two dozen local teens.

YPN Networking Provides Donations to Food Bank

  • 16 November 2016
  • Author: Jeff Zirngibl
  • Number of views: 428
YPN Networking attendees donated over 275 items to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank!

Updated - Urgent Call To Action: Pittsburgh Realty Transfer Tax

Contact Pittsburgh City Council to Voice your opposition

  • 11 November 2016
  • Author: Jeff Zirngibl
  • Number of views: 1451
Pittsburgh City Council will be considering a bill that will increase the city realty transfer tax by 25%. Pittsburgh already has the highest transfer tax in Western Pennsylvania.  

NAR 2016 Year in Review

Video Presentation of the NAR Activities in 2016

  • 9 November 2016
  • Author: Jeff Zirngibl
  • Number of views: 598
The REALTOR® brand reflects a promise to do business ethically and fairly. NAR helps its members deliver on that promise and serves as a powerful advocate for the $3.3 trillion real estate industry.

NAR Board of Directors and Delegates Decisions Outlined

National Convention Concluded November 7th

  • 9 November 2016
  • Author: Jeff Zirngibl
  • Number of views: 472

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