The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) has appointed Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) President, Mr Hayden Groves to its Board of Directors.
Mr Groves said the aim was to bring the REIA voice to NAR’s ongoing discussions and decisions on the issues our members are facing as part of REIA-NARs long standing bi-lateral agreement.
“Though distance separates us, we share common goals for both our organisations and our members. This opportunity to discuss those issues and share new perspectives is critical to moving our industry forward and improve the experiences of our members,” he concluded.
Mr Groves said he was humbled to be appointed to the NAR Board adding that, “the decision to add an Aussie to the NAR Board of Directors was based on the value of the partnership that we’ve developed over the past 25 plus years.”
NAR invites five international Directors to form part of its Board as part of their global programs and the last time an Australian was invited to the NAR Board was 2014 when Michael Wellsmore held the position.
NAR has just over 1,000 Directors and represents nearly 1.6 million REALTORS both in the United States and abroad.
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