POA’s vs Agents
Member feedback alerted the Government Relations Team to the fact that condo and property owners’ associations were not honoring the relationship between agents and owners that allowed agents to provide services within the association for their clients.
How we fought for REALTORS®.
The Virginia REALTORS® Government Relations Team championed a bill requiring property owners’ associations and condo associations to recognize YOU as the representative for your client. The bill PASSED unanimously through the General Assembly. Thanks to these efforts, there are now less challenges to tackle when serving your clients.
How you can help.
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