MARCH - APRIL 2019
THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE GREATER TAMPA REALTORS®
The Key to a Successful Relocation Department PAGE 14
Why Mediate? PAGE 25
CODE OF ETHICS 11 • MARKET STATS 23 AFFILIATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 38
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special section: The Key to a Successful Relocation Department
PAGES 14 - 16
14 5 PRESIDENT’S CORNER
GTR Goes to Tallahassee!
Fair Housing: Advertisements
Guidelines for Fair Housing compliant advertising. PAGE 20
Fair Housing Matching How to avoid Fair Housing Act violations. PAGES 21
6 REALTORS® IN ACTION RPAC Major Investors
11 CODE OF ETHICS
Obligation to Advise Client on Market Value
Oh, the Places You'll Go...
23 LOCAL MARKET STATS
Hillsborough County and the Tampa-Clearwater-St. Pete MSA
How Much Do You Know About Fair Housing? Test your Fair Housing knowledge. PAGE 22
Why mediation is the perferred method of dispute resolution. PAGE 25
Classes and Events
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37 AFFILATE CORNER
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GTR goes to Tallahassee! Representing Our REALTOR® Members
his month our Governmental Affairs committee at Greater Tampa REALTORS® packed up and headed to Tallahassee for Great American REALTOR Days (GARD). GARD is an annual event that allows REALTORS® to speak with state senators and house representatives on legislation important to GTR members and homeowners. Below is a highlight of the issues discussed with state legislators during our trip to the Capitol building. Commitment to Water Quality and Clean Environment Greater Tampa REALTORS® and Florida REALTORS® continues to engage with future legislators to advocate for sound policies that will have a positive effect on environmental restoration efforts in the state. Water is the lifeblood of all Florida residents and visitors. We need safe drinking water as well as it serves to protect our environment. After all, who would want to visit or move to Florida if the beaches, springs, lakes and rivers were not as beautiful as they are? Affordable Housing The State and Local Government Housing Trust Funds were created in the early 1990s to help Floridians in good times and bad. For thousands of families, these funds are the only way to realize the American dream of homeownership. GTR and FR continues to advocate for full funding from the trust funds to be allocated for affordable housing projects. Private Property Rights The internet has made it easier for homeowners to rent their property by expanding housing options for
individuals who live in, or travel to, Florida. Many local governments have enacted new ordinances designed to discourage property owners from exercising their right to rent property. State and local REALTOR® associations, while respecting community concerns, are well positioned to monitor state and local regulatory activity and to take action to protect private property rights. Being able to rent your home is a fundamental right. Open and Expired Permits It is common for an open permit to interfere with the closing of a real estate transaction. GTR and FR support legislation that helps property owners close both open and expired permits when the original contractor is unable or unavailable to do so. Assignment of Benefits An Assignment of Benefits (AOB) provides insurance policyholders with the ability to assign their post-loss insurance benefits to a contractor. These contractors can then directly charge the insurance company for the cost of remediation or repairs. However, a growing number of contractors have been inflating the cost of repairs. GTR and FR support legislation that would reform the assignment of benefits process to help stop this abuse. Online Remote Notarization FR supports the adoption of tools and processes that improve the experience for consumers and the REALTORS® serving them. Remote online notarization is one of those tools, modernizing the sales transaction and allowing for increased flexibility when it comes to closings.
Business Rent Tax Lowering the business rent tax will provide Florida businesses with the capital to expand, hire more employees, improve benefits and raise salaries. GTR and FR continues to advocate for further reductions to this tax, giving businesses financial resources to grow their companies and enrich their communities. LIDAR Mapping Elevation mapping is one of the tools that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) uses to determine flood insurance zones and rates. LIDAR (light detection and ranging) mapping is currently the most technologically advanced elevation mapping process that has been developed. GTR and FR support the most accurate elevation mapping process and the funding needed to pay for it. These are not just REALTOR® issues, these are concerns for all property owners, business owners, tenants and even visitors to Florida. As REALTORS®, we take it upon ourselves to protect property rights, keep our waterways clean and maintain a healthy environment. This is why I am a member of our Governmental Affairs committee and why I support RPAC.
DAN HAZY 2019 President
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Congratulations to Jay Quigley, he received the Rising Start Award from Florida Executive Realty. This award recognizes those who provide excellent support to their agents and leadership team, daily demonstration of the mission and value statements at Florida Executive Realty, and for being an active and important part of the culture and a valued member of the company. Congratulations to Gwen Mills-Owen for achieveing Grand CENTURION status! To achieve CENTURION® status is to earn one of the most prestigious awards presented to CENTURY 21 real estate professionals. Only a small number of producers in the CENTURY 21® System ever reach this elevated status. Florida REALTORS® Political Action Committee awarded GTR's RPAC with the "First to Reach Goal - Mega Board" at this year's Mid-Winter Business Meetings. Congratulations RPAC! South Tampa luxury REALTOR®, BG Holmberg, named Top Solo Associate, company-wide for 2018 at Smith & Associates Realtors. This is the second consecutive year Holmberg has received this prestigious recognition. His sales volume in 2018 was over $40 million. Hillsborough County Property Appraiser, Bob Henriquez, has appointed Ramond (Ray) Chiaramonte to the Independent Oversight Committee for Hillsborough County Transportation. Ray was chosen based on his experience with land-use and transit issues.
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Sherman Milton III, Florida Heritage Real Estate Group, is an excellent example of how members get involved in the community. Sherman works with Take Stock in Children Pasco County as a mentor providing guidance to the kids with the scholarship and ensuring they graduate high school. This is his fourth year working with the organization. Jacob Bruynell recently joined Greater Tampa REALTORS ® as the new Programs Manager. He is a fourth generation Tampa Floridian and attended Florida State University where he majored in Political Science/Economics. He has previous experience in large-scale event planning for a physicianbased association and most recently worked as a project manager for an asset management firm focusing on fixed and capital assets. Jacob enjoys spending time with his golden retriever Finley, running half-marathons and the great outdoors.
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JAN/FEB 2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ACTION ITEMS The following items were acted upon at the January 2019 Meeting: ✓ Hire the appropriate inspectors to report on all areas of building – roof, electric, ac, plumbing, not to exceed $750. ✓ Revise the Benevolence policy. ✓ Adopt the Member room rental fees and equipment fees as outlined in the rental contract prepared by the GTR Board Attorney. ✓ Charge a handling fee of $50 or 5% of the full value of the check, whichever is greater, each time a check is returned. ✓ Screen the mayoral candidates after the March 5, 2019 election. ✓ Recommend Charlie Miranda for Tampa City Council (District 2), Guido Maniscalco (District 6) and Luis Viera (District 7), with no screening and maximum funding. ✓ Submit request to roll over remaining 2018 local RPAC funds for use in 2019. ✓ Sponsor the Lincoln Day Dinner and the Kennedy King Dinner at the $5,000 level since 2019 is not an election year using local RPAC funds. ✓ Move forward with the Member Services Advisory board recommendation for IXACT CRM including the terms in the recommendation to include exclusivity from the contiguous associations and for up to a six year period. ✓ Request $1,000 to purchase auction items. ✓ Authorize CEO to sign Supra Amendment 4 to Master Agreement. ✓ Use Stephen Lytle for the HR outsourced ongoing support for the Open Door Policy. ✓ Accept the proposal from Bailey for Employment Compensation Survey at a cost not to exceed $4,000.
The following items were acted upon at the February 2019 Meeting: ✓ Move forward with the letter of intent as presented by Insured Title Agency, LLC. ✓ Procced with lining bid by blueworks and the power assist toilet replacement bid by IERNA. ✓ Add the downstairs toilet to the power assist. ✓ Rent the auditorium to members only and include all rooms listed on hourly rental sheet. ✓ Move forward with acquiring an executive office suite lease in the greater Brandon/ Riverview area to provide member service to our members. ✓ Support 20’ protective root zone and minimum mandatory reconfiguration standards while opposing increased neighborhood notice standards. ✓ Postpone our vote to approve the three tree ordinance measures until after the public tree representative provides us with clarification. ✓ Sponsor the annual Pasco County Republican and Democratic dinners not to exceed $3,000 each using local RPAC funds. ✓ Move the funds from the off-site Tech Expo to the on-site Tech expo budget to accommodate the fee to cover the key note speaker. ✓ Enter into a reciprocal Supra agreement with Ocala/Marion County Association of REALTORS®.
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CODE OF ETHICS Obligation to Advise Client on Market Value
lient A went from his hotel to REALTOR® B’s office and advised that he formerly lived in the community, and had kept his home as an income property after he moved away. The house had been vacant for several months and he had decided to sell it. He asked if REALTOR® B could drive him to look at it. As they inspected it, Client A stated that he would be happy to get $80,000 for it. REALTOR® B listed it at that price and after a few days it was sold to Buyer C. Six months later, Client A was in town again. Hoping to recover a box of old photographs he had left in the attic, he called on Buyer C, whom he had met at settlement. When he arrived he found that Buyer D then lived in the house. He expressed some surprise that Buyer C had sold it so soon, and learned that Buyer D paid $140,000 for it. Astonished, Client A then made some inquiries as to market values and learned that he had grossly under priced his house when listing it with REALTOR® B. He went to the Board of REALTORS® office and filed a complaint against REALTOR® B charging him with unethical conduct in not having advised him as to the property’s fair market value. At the hearing, REALTOR® B’s defense was that he had not been asked to put a price on the house, but had accepted agency on the basis of a price set by the client; that the client had stated he “would be happy” to get $80,000 for it; that he was glad to get a listing that would move quickly in the market; that he had done nothing unethical since he had not bought it himself; and that while he had honestly pointed out to the
buyer that the house was a bargain, he had made no effort to induce relatives or business associates to buy it. On questioning, he conceded that after looking at the house with Client A, he realized the property was being listed at about half its fair market value, but insisted that was his client’s business; that different owners have different reasons for selling and pricing their property, but acknowledged that Client A had not indicated that he needed a quick sale or that he would make any price concession. The Hearing Panel pointed out that brokers have no hesitation in advising clients that properties are overpriced when this is the case, and they are obligated to be equally candid in providing their best judgment to clients when properties being offered for sale are obviously underpriced. The panel concluded that in view of the wide discrepancy between the owner’s asking price and the property’s market value, which REALTOR® B conceded was apparent to him, it was REALTOR® B’s obligation as an agent to advise his client that the house was worth considerably more, especially since it was apparent that Client A had been away from the community for years and was out of touch with local values. The Hearing Panel found REALTOR® B in violation of Article 1.
From the Florida REALTORS® Legal Hotline The Legal Hotline attorneys answer questions about real estate license law and offer legal interpretations of standard business forms and contracts. FREE legal advice is available for members! Call (407) 438-1409; Open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Q: A landlord has placed a newspaper advertisement stating that he will rent his residential property only to nonsmokers. I represent the applying tenant, a smoker who feels that he is being discriminated against. If the landlord decides not to lease the property to the tenant based solely on the fact that he is a smoker, would that be a violation of the Fair Housing Act? A: No. A smoker is not a member of a protected class as defined under the Fair Housing Act. Under the Fair Housing Act, the only protected classes are as follows: race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status and national origin. Thus, the landlord’s refusal to rent his residential property to the tenant based solely on the fact that he is a smoker is not a violation of the Fair Housing Act.
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Oh, The Places You’ll Go…
YPN's Upcoming Events Every year, the YPN Advisory Committee works hard to come up with great events that will not only draw a crowd but provide something of value in the process as well. I have a feeling that 2019 is going to be one of our best years yet! Let me tell you why… Our first event of 2019 sold out before the ink had time to dry on the flyers! Could you think of any better way to celebrate Fat Tuesday, than a Mardi Gras Mixer?
Check out page 34 to view more photos from the Mardi Gras Party! On March 20 and 27, we are pairing up with GTR’s Global Committee for The Port Tampa Bay Educational Harbor Tour, that you won’t want to miss! See their vision for 2030, the economic impact it has on Tampa Bay and the jobs that it will bring along with it. Our first REALtour of 2019 will be on April 25. We will be boarding the Pirate Water Taxi for two hours along the Hillsborough River. In 15 stops, you’ll see some of Tampa’s greatest riverfront attractions and hear about Tampa’s history. This will sell out fast, so be sure to secure your tickets! Last year our inaugural Blue Party was a huge success and we’re expecting this year to be even better! This event will be in late September, but it’s never too late to start shopping for your best “REALTOR® blue” outfit. I’m quite confident that everyone’s favorite party is our last one of the year… The Tacos, Tequila and Tacky
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Sweater Party! Every year I think that the sweaters can’t get any uglier, and every year I’m wrong! It will be held on December 12 and this one also sells out quickly. New this year, we will have affiliates hosting a morning training session once a quarter called Wake Up With YPN. Each quarter, affiliates will put on a one-hour training to help you in your business. I will be hosting the first one in late March and hope to see you there. Whether you’re looking to connect with others in our industry, learn more about the Tampa Bay area or educate yourself, YPN has it all. We meet the first Thursday of every month at 10 a.m. in the Computer Lab at GTR. We’d love for you to stop by. Our door is always open.
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The Key to a Successful Relocation Department by Diane Howard
elocation departments within real estate companies provide important roles as suppliers of real estate services and advocates for relocation management companies (RMCs). As a single point of contact, they support thirdparty companies by providing valuable real estate information and services to transferring employees. To provide the highest level of service, a department must be well equipped to handle a variety of incoming assignments and be knowledgeable about local market changes and industry practices. Whether a brokerage has a large relocation department or a small team, coordinating incoming assignments with trained real estate associates takes knowledge and expertise of the referral process. In today’s market, it’s difficult to predict how much business will be provided by an RMC, but their requirements and expectations are the same; they expect a department to have a system in place for managing assignments, and to have the right talent in place to fulfill their service needs.
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RELOCATION DEPARTMENTS THREE DISTINCT ROLES There are three distinct roles within a relocation department that help ensure a smooth operation and process flow; the role of the relocation director, the department coordinator and the sales associate in the field. Working together, they provide quality service to the customer and to the corporate client. To encourage strong relationships and form new partnerships, the broker relies on the performance of its relocation team to help lead them to success. The roles and responsibilities defined in a brokerage environment are: Relocation Director - Directs and oversees an organization's relocation accounts and activities. Performs a variety of tasks including leading and directing the work flow of coordinators and real estate associates to assure compliance with all relocation requirements. Relocation Coordinator - Accepts, processes and tracks all incoming assignments. Maintains communication with all parties (i.e. buyer, seller, agent and corporate counselor) involved in a sales transaction. Understands the profile of all real estate associates who are relocation-trained to be able to properly match the assigned lead to the most qualified agent. Real Estate Sales Associate - Has a clear understanding of the market conditions, economics, median prices and community information for local market areas. Has good communication skills, an overall understanding of the transferee needs, as well as the requirements of the third-party client. Real estate associates must seek to provide a 'wow' customer experience. Each role is clearly defined, but depending on the size of some brokerages, a staff member may have more or less responsibilities. For example, a relocation director may be responsible for accepting and placing assignments in addition to overseeing the department. Or they may only be responsible for business development, reviewing contracts and creating operational guidelines, and may have the assistance of a department manager to oversee daily assignments. In either case, providing the best internal system for success requires dedication, and buy in from the entire team. Relocation directors who meet with their department coordinators on a regular basis to address daily challenges have the opportunity to implement systems
that keep their staff engaged in the tasks at hand. At the same time establishing parameters for training and setting expectations for the real estate sales associate is a must. Supporting his or her efforts in providing exceptional service assures that everyone is working toward the same result. Relocation coordinators, who receive assignments directly from a corporate client, rather than from their relocation director, understand the importance in processing assignments within specific guidelines. All third party companies are not the same; knowing their individual requirements and timeframes is essential. However, there are enough similarities in guidelines to allow coordinators to implement general guidelines that can be followed with each assignment. This usually means that for each assignment, coordinators will conduct a customer needs assessment and provide this information along with specific client requirements to the assigned sales associate. The relocation coordinatorâ€™s role is to effectively communicate with those involved in a corporate move. Their responsibility is to make sure that the relocation counselor is informed and continuously updated regarding all details of the transfer. This communication is essential to help avoid any surprises that may arise, or to address any issues that start developing during the transaction process. Include coordinators in the training process for sales associates. Since they interact with sales associates during the assignment process, getting to know each sales associate supports proper placement. In addition, coordinators are responsible for reviewing service results; including, the number of assignments given, an associateâ€™s conversion rate, survey results and overall presentation in their websites. Sales associates are the heart and pulse of a successful relocation department. Aside from the typical associate comments of wanting more referral business, or not wanting to complete multiple training programs, most sales associates who join relocation teams understand the mindset that is required to handle the needs of relocating families. In fact, some relocation-trained associates were once transferees or may have worked in the mobility industry. Associates that subscribe to this mindset pride themselves on providing exceptional service and most embrace additional training to hone their skills. tamparealtors.org
Although several third-party companies require their network brokers to complete specific training programs through their certification process, most relocation departments maintain their own training program to set forth standards and expectations for their sales associates. Relocation directors take corporate requirements and expand them to include specific items that reflect their company policies and culture, such as: Standard Requirements BMA Inspection to receipt date Home Marketing Listing Conversion BMA Variance Average Days on Market Market Activity Reports Home Purchase Overall Conversion Response Time to Assignments Website Marketing Presence Required Training Classes
Agent Expectations Within 48 hours Equal to or better than 80% Equal to or less than 5% Equal to or less than 120 days Every two weeks Equal to or better than 80% Within 4 hours Update twice a year or more As required by broker and client
In addition to meeting relocation standard requirements, being a good listener and being resourceful goes a long way in providing exceptional service in meeting the expectations of the customer and client.
TAMPA REALTORÂŽ â€˘ March - April 2019
IT ALL HAPPENS HERE Relocation departments serve as a central point of contact that is accountable to their broker and to their clients. They handle hundreds or thousands of assignments each year and utilize all resources available to them. They are charged with group move presentations; pre-decision assignments, outside broker and rental assignments; and sometimes reassignments upon special request. You name it, it happens in a relocation department. Their key to success is the effort and performance of everyone involved in the relocation department, working as a team to give exceptional service. The results can lead to additional referral opportunities, repeat business and stronger partnerships.
Diane Howard, CRP, GRI, CRS is Vice President of Relocation and Corporate Services for Dennis Realty & Investment Corporation in Lutz, Florida. She is a member of the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World serving Pasco, Hillsborough, Hernando and Citrus counties.
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Broker Participation is welcomed and encouraged. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SELLER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A SELLER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This project has been filed in the state of Florida and no other state. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of offers to buy the condominium units in states where such offer or solicitation cannot be made. Prices, availability, artistâ€™s renderings, dimensions, specifications, and features are subject to change at any time without notice.
Fair Housing: Advertisements
The Fair Housing Act (FHA) was signed into law in 1968 by then-President Lyndon Johnson. FHA prevents discrimination concerning the sale, rental or financing of a property based on race, religion, sex, disabilities and family status. This law also applies to housing-related advertisements. In late-2018, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) filed a complaint against social media giant Facebook for violating FHA. Facebook was allowing real estate Brokers to exclude specific demographics from seeing their Marketplace listing. Some of the demographics excluded from advertisements included African Americans, Jews, Spanish speakers and people interested in wheelchair ramps. Following the complaint, Facebook updated its policies to align with the Fair Housing Act. Now real estate professionals are wondering if their advertisements are compliant with FHA. Here are tips to ensure your online advertisements are compliant with FHA. 1. Don't narrow your audience for targeted marketing campaigns. Many social media sites such as Instagram and Twitter allow you to select a target demographic based on several features. When it comes to sponsored social media post broader is better. 2. Diversify your advertisements by utilizing inclusive representation in images. Stock photo sites such as iStock, Adobe Stock and Pexels are a great tool for finding inclusive photos. 3. Focus on the property, not the targeted buyer. Always include price, location, features and amenities in advertisements. Phrases such as "consigners allowed" or "monthly income must be 3x the rent" are acceptable. It's important to avoid phrases such as "English speaker preferred" or "assistance programs not accepted."
TAMPA REALTORÂŽ â€˘ March - April 2019
fair housing Matching Match the Fair Housing advertising violation to the best method for avoiding it. *
Note some violations may match with more than one answer.
1. Ads with the phrases, ‘Sorry, no kids,’ ‘No Section 8’ (federal housing voucher) or ‘not deleaded’.
A. State that the property is close to X building.
2. Advertising a property with a first-floor master bedroom suite for rent or sale as “perfect for a retired or elderly couple”.
B. Unfairly discriminates against people who can’t work due to disabilities. Completely avoid these type of statements.
3. Ads seeking tenants that specifies ‘professionals only'.
C. Avoid phrases that limit the kinds of people who might like to live there.
4. An ad stating a property as a short walk to shopping centers, places of worship or other amenities.
D. When writing property descriptions, write a compelling property description without describing the potential renter or buyer. Refrain from wording that seeks or expresses a preference or limitation for a certain type of renter or buyer. Answers: 1. C 2. D 3. B 4. A
QUIZ How much do you know about Fair housing? Test Your Knowledge!
*All answers are true or false.
classes under the federeal housing law. (Source: REALTOR® Magazine)
2. The Civil Rights Act of
1866 prohibits all racial discrimination in the sale or rental of a property. (Source: National Association of REALTORS®)
3. The Fair Housing Act was
established in 1968.
(Source: National Association of REALTORS®)
4. It is illegal to prohibit
smoking and drinking alcohol in a housing unit under federal fair housing laws. (Source: REALTOR® Magazine)
5. Under Article 10 of the
Code of Ethics advertising your knowledge of a language other than English in an English-language advertisement is not OK. (Source: REALTOR® Magazine)
6. The Fair Housing Act only
applies to rental properties.
7. Phrases such as “no
children” and “no wheelchair” violate the Act.
(Source: U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development)
8. Only real estate
professionals can file a violation complaint with HUD. (Source: U.S Department of
Housing and Urban Development )
9. FHA does not apply to
mortgage lenders. . (Source: U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development)
(Source: National Association of REALTORS®)
1.False 2. True 3. True 4. False 5. False 6. False 7. True 8. False 9. False
1. There are six protected
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TAMPA REALTOR® • March - April 2017
WHY MEDIATE? Taking Control by Susanna Madden
The National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics was adopted in 1913 years ago to ensure consumers are properly served by requiring REALTORS® to cooperate with each other in furthering their clients' best interests. Why? Let’s just say there were some unsavory types selling real estate to unsuspecting buyers. The creation Code of Ethics and the invention of the word REALTOR® differentiates us from real estate agents who do not promise to abide by the code. Its purpose is to show our professionalism to the public and promote the benefits the word offers. There are 17 Articles in our Code of Ethics and when we take the oath to become a REALTOR®, we swear to abide by them. 16 of the Articles have to do with our duties to our clients and customers, to the public and to each other. The 17th Article has to do with arbitration, which is how we handle the situation when there’s a dispute over who is entitled to the professional fee. There are several important things to remember here: • The property must close before it can be arbitrated or there is no commission to arbitrate. • Arbitration is actually between brokers, not agents, as the brokers own the listings. Only brokers can offer and accept offers of compensation. • The preponderance (greater weight) of clear, concise evidence showing no break in the chain of a series of events connecting to the buyer helps to determine the prevailing party. • The panel’s decision is not based on: • Who wrote the contract first • Who showed the property first But remember this: arbitration is binding and in the end one party will prevail. Except on very rare occasions, one party will walk out with all the marbles.
When you joined this Association, you agreed to arbitrate commission disputes in accordance to the regulations of the Association and be bound by the decision. ENTER: MEDIATION Greater Tampa REALTORS® offers mediation to members who are in an arbitration dispute, whereby they can sit with a mediator to discuss the situation and see if they can come up with their own compromise. The purpose of the mediator is not to offer solutions, but rather to be certain each party respects the other’s right to speak. The parties may talk about what services they provided for the client, how they met them, what they discussed with them and then in many cases, information is gleaned that the other party had not been aware of. There is no predetermined entitlement of commission. The two parties can work it out however they wish. For example, splitting the professional fee however they agree and the broker will allow. Or they may choose to come back for more mediation discussion. Or, they may choose to go ahead and take their chances and arbitrate, letting the chips fall where they may. This is why mediation is NAR’s preferred method of dispute resolution. Mediation can salvage reputations, friendships and feelings. So, to mediate or not to mediate? That is the question that perhaps you should consider, if the time comes when you are faced with an arbitration situation and you want to take control of the outcome of a commission dispute. Susanna Madden, ABR, AHWD, CRB, CRS, e-Pro, GRI Masters, MRP, PMN, SRES, SFR, TRC (RE/ MAX ACR Elite) was the President of Greater Tampa REALTORS® in 2002.
CALENDAR NOTE: This is not an exhaustive list of courses. Course dates and/or locations are subject to change. Visit TampaRealtors.org/calendar for the most up-to-date information on GTR courses and to register.
April 2019 April 1 Global Pitch 2 - 2:45 P.M. Global pitch is a great way to "pitch" your international listings to other agents and match your seller and buyer needs while building a rapport and creating success. April 2 Clarifying Service Animals - 3 CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. Identify what classifies a service dog under the American with Disabilities Act. Understanding Section 8 Housing -3 CE 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. Identify what subsidized housing is and learn who determines the eligibility of a tenant. April 3 Ask the Appraiser : Common Mythis in the Home Buying Process - Tampa 10 A.M. - Noon Ask the Appraiser is an interactive Q&A panel with our real estate appraisers. All questions are supplied by members. Commercial Pitch Noon - 1:30 P.M. Commercial Pitch is great way to "pitch" your commercial listings to other agents and match your sellers and buyers needs while building rapport and creating success.February 8 April 4 Contract Corner: Title, Surveys and Default 9:30 - 11:30 A.M. This session will focus on understanding why these default triggers happen and which ones
can result in ongoing liability or exposure for the parties. April 5 iCE - Best Practices for Real Estate Professionals - 3 CE 9 A.M. - Noon Take this course and learn ways to follow policies and procedures that ensure you are following the rules and regulations of the Real Estate Commission. April 9 Tech Talk: Online Reviews 2 - 4 P.M. We will explorer the physiological effects of review based buying decisions in the modern economic environment. April 10 Fair Housing Laws - 3 CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. This course is designed to give the Florida real estate licensee an in-depth introduction to Fair Housing Laws. Introduction to New Construction - 3 CE 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. The course is designed to give you a comprehensive overview of new construction sales and the opportunities that are available to Florida licensees. 5 April 11 - 12 GRI 301 - It's More than Just Sales 8 A.M - 6:30 P.M. A two-day course that covers appraising, property management and common ownership and exchanging. Getting Started with RPR 10 - 11 A.M. RPR® is designed exclusively to help REALTORS® achieve professional success.
April 16 Introduction to FL Contract for Residential Sale and Purchase - 3 CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. This course is designed to give the Florida real estate licensee an in-depth introduction to the Contract for Residential Sale and Purchase (CRSP). USDA 1X Close: No Down Payment Construction to Permanent Loan - 2 CE 10 A.M. - Noon This course will walk you through the process step by step and provide another valuable way to help your clients despite the housing inventory challenges facing everyone. Credit Scoring 1-2-3 - 2 CE 12:30 - 2:30 P.M. In this 2-hour program, veteran mortgage lender Sean Stephens reviews the basics: credit, credit scores and their impact on your customer obtaining a mortgage. How to Do a CMA - 3 CE 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. In this course, we will explore the concepts of how to do a CMA. April 17 NAR Designation Accredited Buyer's Representative - 11 CE 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. This course will prepare real estate professionals to represent buyer-clients in real estate transactions and provide the quality of service and degree of fidelity to buyers that sellers have customarily enjoyed.
Mastermind Series: Broker Start-up 10 A.M. - Noon This month's topic is Broker Start-up. April 22 NAR Certification - At Home With Diversity 8:30 A.M. - 5 P.M. At Home With Diversity® is an educational experience designed to present a picture of the changing face of the real estate industry. April 23-24 GRI 302 - Thinking Outside the Box 8 A.M - 6:30 P.M. A two-day course that covers International real estate, an introduction to single family residential construction, brokerage management and land, environment and private property rights. April 25 Affordable Dreams: Housing Solutions Available Now 9:30 A.M - 1:30 P.M. Expand your knowledge of down payment assistance programs offered by government agencies and nonprofit organizations in the Tampa area.
Can’t make it to one of our live classes? Check out the CE Shop, GTR’s online education partner at TampaRealtors.org/ ce-shop
A $10 fee will be assessed for class cancellations not received at least 24 hours before the start of class time. Cancellations must be completed through the Member Portal or by emailing Education@TampaRealtors.org.
TAMPA REALTOR® • March - April 2019
CALENDAR COMMITTEE MEETINGS
May 2019 May 1-2 GRI 101 - REALTORS: Professionalism and the Law 8 :30 A.M - 6:30 P.M. A two-day course that covers professional standards, fair housing and diversity, and law. May 1 Commercial Pitch Noon - 1:30 P.M. Commercial Pitch is great way to "pitch" your commercial listings to other agents and match your sellers and buyers needs while building rapport and creating success. May 2 iCE - Escrow Rules & Regulations - How to Stay Out of Trouble - 3 CE 1 - 4 P.M. This course will teach you ways to handle other peopleâ€™s money while staying within the law and guidelines. May 6 Global Pitch 2 - 2:45 P.M. Global Pitch is a great way to "pitch" your international listings to other agents and match your seller and buyer needs while building a rapport and creating success. May 7 Building a Real Estate Team 10 A.M. - Noon There are many licensees that find themselves struggling to make it to the next level. Tech Talk: Listing to Leads 2 - 4 P.M. In this session you will learn the best ways to market Real Estate Listings on Social Media. May 8-9 GRI 102 - Starting Your Business 8 :30 A.M - 6:30 P.M. A two-day course that covers contracts, goal setting and business planning. May 9 RPR for Smartphones 10 - 11 A.M. Join us for this comprehensive
review of all the powerful features of this great REALTOR-only tool! May 10 New Member Code of Ethics 12:30 - 3:30 P.M. May 14 Making Money Through Real Estate Referrals - 3 CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. This course will explore how to make money doing real estate referrals. Real Estate Safety & Risk Management - 3 CE 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. This course is designed to give the Florida real estate licensee an indepth look at real estate safety and risk management. May 15 Database Marketing - How to get a Residual Pipeline of Closings 10 A.M. - Noon This course will discuss database marketing and the long-term sustainability of a real estate practice. March 19 May 16 Luxury Real Estate - 3 CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. This course is designed to give Florida real estate agents an in-depth look at luxury real estate. Real Estate Staging - 3 CE 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. This course is designed to give the Florida licensee an in-depth look at real estate staging. May 17 Prospecting, Scripts, and Overcoming Objections - 3 CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. This course specifically addresses prospecting and the use of scripts and dialogues in an attempt to handle and overcome sales objections. 50 Ways to be more Profitable in 2019 - 3 CE 12:30 - 4:30 P.M. This course is designed to give the Florida licensee an indepth look at real estate sales profitability.
May 22 - 23 GRI 103 - Maximize Your Profitability 8 A.M - 6:30 P.M. A two-day course that covers finance, negotiating and counseling and law. May 24 New Member Code of Ethics 12:30 - 3:30 P.M. May 28 How to Market Like a RockStar on a Roadie's Budget - 3CE 9 A.M. - Noon This session will explore how consumers are changing and what marketing techniques & tools you can implement for little or no cost that require little technical skill or knowledge. Become a Social Media Superstar - 3 CE 1 - 5 P.M. This session will show you how to come up with your own social media strategy and an overview of each major social media network so that you can pick which ones you want to focus on and how to do it all in less than 15 minutes per day. May 30 Contract Corner: Dispute Resolution and Remedies 9:30 - 11:30 P.M. This session will detail contract differences so that your buyers and sellers can understand them and explain when they should be seeking the advice of counsel to determine which path is better for them. Developing Communication, Processes and Business Growth by Applying Behavior Science 1:30 - 3:30 P.M. This course material is designed to help agents better identify their current environment by applying the critical skills utilized in behavior science. May 31 New Member Code of Ethics 12:30 - 3:30 P.M.
Affiliates April 10 | May 8 10 - 11 A.M. Appraisers April 1 | May 6 10 - 11 A.M. Board of Directors April 22 | May 27 9:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. Building April 2 | May 2 9:30 - 11:30 A.M. Commerical April 3 | May 1 10:30 A.M. - NOON Events April 9 | May 14 3 - 4 P.M. Finance April 17 | May 22 1:30 - 3 P.M. Global April 1 | May 6 3 - 4 P.M. Governmental Affairs April 5 | May 3 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. Housing Opportunities April 10 | May 8 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. Public Relations April 15 | May 20 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. Professional Development April 15 | May 20 1:30 - 2:30 P.M. Property Managers April 11 | May 9 11 A.M. - Noon REALTORSÂŽ PAC April 5 | May 20 10:45 - 11:45 A.M. Technology April 1 | May 6 1:30 - 2:30 P.M. YPN April 4 | May 2 10 - 11 A.M.
New Brokers* & Members
January 23 - March 14, 2018
New members and Affiliates that join after March 12, 2018 will be recognized in the March/April issue. *New brokers are highlighted in yellow. A & M Realty Kushmer, Daniel A to Z Realty Inc. Urbina, Nelky ACE Realty & Auction LLC Boggs, Sheryl AFLG Investments Real Estate LLC Colina - Rojas, Ali Russian, Anthony Tipton, Kimberly Align Right Realty Bernier, John
BHHS Hatton & Associates McKenney, Lina Pecan, Natalie Blake Real Esate Inc. Beinart, Alexandria Old, Shawn Boutique Realty Florida Barrow, Dalvin Goldin, Toby Brewer Realty Brewer, Christy
Brinks Real Estate Solutions Stapleton, Alberto
Brooks Realty Group LLC Williams, Lee
Morales, Jennifer Nichols, Tyrone Ross, Briahna Align Right Realty LLC Figgins, Tricia Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Bertha Teachey, Malcolm Vargas, Christian White, Ernestina Williams-Palmer, Rosalyn All About Realty Inc. Roetter, Rachel
BTI Realty LLC Mays, Kevin Builder Services Realty LLC Clarke, Angelina Bulls Realty LLC Wright, Sharon Buy In The Bay Realty Group LLC Christensen, Steven Calebro & Associates Marsella, Walter
Dennis Realty & Inv. Corp. Portalatin, Sheri
Rice, Eric Anchor Florida Realty LLC Chaparro, Luis
Santiago Rosa Lopez, Gladys
Howell, Marielle Aware Realty Associates LLC Winchester, Phyllis Beachfront Realty Inc. Novak, Myra Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Ellie & Associates Frederick, Laurel BHHS Florida Properties Group Abrashkin, Jodie Clark, Richard Cofini, Jennifer Flores, Jorge Gonzalez, Anaixa Hawes, Marki Martinez, Pablo Messer, Sean Tuten, Howell BHHS Florida Realty Glandon, Elaine
CTV Real Estate Velazquez, Javier Yglesias, Jeffrey Dalton Wade Inc. Heater, Alesha
Alta Realty Company
Authority Realty Inc.
Covenant Realty Graham, Jillianne
Area Real Estate LLC Kyres, Peter
Coldwell Banker Residential Bence, Joseph Brooks, Plamenna Castro JR, Duberney Croft, Ashley Farfan, Kevin Quarantillo, William Sidlauskas, Heather Tibbs, Marcus Troncoso, Maria Country Coast Real Estate Services LLC Shaheen, Christopher
Century 21 Affiliated Cates, Adam
Allison James Estates & Homes Johnson, Kristen
Appraisal Partners Jones, Geoffrey
Jaramillo, Yeico Jones, Melissa Kabiri, Sohail Koski, Mark Martinez, Charles Patel, Keyur Place, Sheri K Clout Realty & Investments LLC Salihagic, Lejla
Santiago, Wilfredo Century 21 Beggins Enterprises Elliott, Robert Sean Godbee, Olympia Goff, Lisa Herbert, Darrell Madsen, Andrew Maynard, Heidi Montalvo, Annette Reyes, Elvis Rodriguez, Esther Wilkerson, Scott Zappia, Anthony Century 21 Bill Nye Realty Nye, William Century 21 Elite Locations Inc. County, Willie Century 21 Link Realty Inc. Benefield, Terry Driver, Jeffrey Lorenti, Theresa Century 21 List With Beggins Ruiz, Joshua Wilson, Kristin Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc. Alvarez, Keith Creech, Linelle Gillis, Michael Jackson, Kyle
TAMPA REALTORÂŽ â€˘ March - April 2019
Domain Realty LLC Frazier, Blake Domino Realty Martinez, Carlos Eileen Sorensen, Broker Sorensen, Eileen Elite Brokers LLC Pearson, Susan Tomberlin, Barbara Enterprise Realty Services LLC Matos Garcia, Katerin EquityPro Tampa Bay LLC Harris, Timothy Exit Bayshore Realty Binko, Alan Wright, Kelly Exit Elite Realty Palermo, John EXP Realty LLC Blanton, Dan Burks, Knifie Carrillo, Dede Diaz, Heather Fernandez, Devin Galvis, Jhon Kephart, Meri D Kovacs Balint, Ildiko
EZ Choice Realty Abadi, Jennifer EZ Way Realty Alonso Alvarez, Aidely Ferncliff Properties Inc. Migliara, Lawrence Florida Capital Realty Brantley, Justin Pineda, Elizabeth Florida Executive Realty Young, Joshua Florida Homes Realty & Mortgage Abdullah, Ladonna Corley, Lisa Florida Luxury Realty Abdullah, Ladonna Corley, Lisa Florida Realty Scott, LaQuita Florida Realty Investments Altidor, Jimmy Gianni, Erica Kodsi, Mariam Frank Albert Realty Key, Holly Future Home Realty Inc. Akanda, Nasif Hamdar, Sara Orbin, Matthew Sanders, Lucinda C Santoro, Anthony Garcia Commerical Realty LLC Garcia, Vincent Geary & Associates Mattia, Michael Global Luxury Realty LLC Gardner, William Gordon & Associates Realty Manga, Manuel Got Properties Real Estate Services LLC Brooks, Dawn Hall, Tammy Greater Tampa Bay Real Estate Strand, William Swartz, Kevin Greco Real Estate Greco, Garrett Hill Valley Properties LLC Brown, O'neil Goldberg, Jesse Hohman Homes LLC Johnson, Beryl Home Trust Realty Group Plested, Steve Homeward Real Estate Foy, Gary Homexpress Realty Inc. Morales, Angel Works, Wanda
WELCOME HOMM Real Estate Services Feliciano, Madelyn
Ideal Florida Real Estate O'leary, Tim
Smith, Veronica Vandyke, Denee
McBride Kelly & Associates Burdick, Jeannette
Keller Williams South Tampa Entina, Yulia
Segreto, Scott Wann, John
McPeak Real Estate Firm Thompson, David
Infinity Realty & Investment Mikhail, Edward Integrity Real Properties Inc. Monfort- Urena, Dagmara
Intl. Realty Plus-Tampa Bay Carpenter, Vickie
Long, Sharon A
Investment Realty Allegue, Yordanis
IPRO Real Estate Inc. Emmenecker Lininger, Patricia IQ Commercial Ryan, Karina JPT Realty LLC Akanda, Nasif Hamdar, Sara Orbin, Matthew Sanders, Lucinda C Santoro, Anthony Keller Williams - New Tampa Barravecchio, Madlena Branham, Irene Chiacchio, Anna Davalie, Emile Dillon, Steven Gomez Mora, Rebeca Hannaman, Britany Hoeffner, Robert Ivanov, Krassimir Jeudy, Valery Johnson, Debra Kelley, Lizarelis Khamis, Sherief Langham, Timothy Liebchen, Tammy Marino, Vanessa Mesias, Jaylane Porras, Valentina Puccio, Miriam Pujols, Melvis Salinas, Guadalupe Shanstrom, Robert Springs, Michelle Keller Williams Realty Bemish, Paula Casey, Carla Ellory, Guy Kirby, Robert Negron Jr, Samuel Parker, Russell Peaster, Mariah Qi Moraites, Xin Reagor, Nancy Svendsen, Angeline Sykes, April Werner, Lisa Keller Williams Realty- Palm Harbor Molina, Francisco Keller Williams Realty S. Shore Arndt, Curtis Cordasco, Mark Kozlowski, Renee Leonard, Vera Morris, Marcia Nelson, Ethan
Mears Realty Group LLC Graffeo, Andrea Mears, Stuart Metal Homes Realty Sanfeliz, Svetlana Momentum Real Estate LLC Brutus, Kendall
Keller Williams Tampa Central Kocaman, Eray
Keller Williams Tampa Prop. Ahern, Dianilawati Almirola, Karina Artigas, Yesenia Clarke, Alwyn Clayton, John Critz, Noelle Fillers, Nataliya Godshall, Christopher Gonzalez Viltres, Rasiel Grant, Ralph Hill, Cristy Horsham, Owen Jorge, Jennifer Joseph, Torhi Lago, Krystal Maraccini, Sheryl Mathavious, Cheryl Richardson, Shanita Rosario-Delgado, Shirley Stewart, Sun Ae Vincent, Alicia Ward, Shauna Witonski, Shirley Zoller, Linda Kenney Realty Kenney, Kelley Kings Realty & Property Mgmt. Machin, Janelle Klace and Company Real Estate Dalton, Susan La Rosa Realty LLC Cruz, Alan Hernandez, Claudia Lopez, Marjorie Shively, Carol Ann Lake Jovita Realty Larkin, Jon Land Merchants Property Management & Sales LLC Frix, Bryanna Sallimo, Sheryl Lombardo Team Real Estate LLC Galarza, Yaritza Lee, Angie Miranda, Niubis Rader, Austin MATT HULBERT REALTY INC. Hulbert, Matthew Maven Estates LLC Douberley, Teresa MavRealty Largie, Shay
Nguyen, Ricky Rodjam, Nattaya Vega Hernandez, Claudia MVP Realty Associates Alvarez, Malcolm Networth Realty of Tampa LLC Blazer, Katherine NextHome Paradise Realty Osorio, Jessica Nu Home Finders Inc Rozon, Melissa Offerpad Brokerage Leyva, Asley Overstreet Realty Garner, Coreatha Owners.com Anderson, Gene
Progress Residential Property Luper, Michelle Prospect Equities Killian, Richard RE/MAX ACR Elite Group Inc. Lynch, Emily Anne Re/Max Across The Bay Marrero, Yanelis RE/MAX Dynamic Gaskins, Emily RE/MAX Premier Group Grenville, Adam Real Broker LLC Long, Jeffrey Sullivan, William Real Living Casa Fina Realty Gorgen, Alexander Real Property Marketing Inc. Mathieu, Elcana Realnet Florida Real Estate Donato, Christopher Ezenwa, Ike Sadd, Eric Ware, Andrew RealPro77 Seybold, Zachary Realty ONE Group Innovation Ruiz, Matthew Realvest Florida LLC Siddiqui, Nauman RedFin Corporation Grullon, Allison Martinez, Melissa
PB REALTY LLC Christensen, Jon
Peopleâ€™s Choice Realty Svc LLC Delgado, Reinaldo
Dishmey, Anali Gorgen, Russell Israel, Augustine
Vengrofski, Bonnie Rehm Team Realty Rehm, Charles Rehm, Nudjaree
Renters Warehouse Tampa LLC DelaRosa, Kevin
Peoples Trust Realty Amos, Quentin
Rentthebay.com Ringo, David
Perfect Dream Realty Alexandre, Gina
Rise Realty Group MacCall, Elizabeth
Pier Ridge Realty Dennis, Ami
Robert Slack LLC Maddux, Brandon
Rosa Leon Realty LLC Claro Navas, Yaquelin
PinPoint Realty Group LLC Pena, Paige
Platinum Properties of Pasco Newlon, Allison
Diaz Abreu, Liset
Premier Realty of Tampa Jenkins, Brittany Lerner, Leonardo Morkunas, Vilma Robinson, Debra Robles, Aimeed Premiere Plus Realty Company Muscat, Carole
Prestige Luxury Properties Hernandez, Aland
Garcia, Franklin Gustavo Parra, Maria Zamora Miari, Roxana Saddlebrook Realty Inc. Fahey, John San Ann Realty Jones, James SCL REAL ESTATE LLC Roque Melgen, Katty
New Brokers* & Members Cont. YOUR PREMIERE REAL ESTATE RESOURCE
Second Avenue Realty Florida Carter, Keelyn Hanbery, Jerry Selling Tampa Bay LLC Singleton, Taylor Sellstate Legacy Realty Johnson, Tamara Maresca-Cruz, Janet Maresca-Cruz, Vanessa Turner, Patrick Signature Realty Associates Awolowo, Adeyinka Butts, Denah Gonzalez, Alejandro Salazar, Yuliya Smith & Associates Real Estate DePury, Anne Izzi, Barbara J
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Florida REALTORS® 2019 Mid-Winter Business Meetings GTR members traveled to the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld® for the Florida REALTORS® 2019 Mid-Winter Business Meetings Jan. 23 - 26.
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Strawberry Festival Parade Luncheon Members enjoyed a delicious Plant City-grown luncheon to celebrate the townâ€™s rich history and kick off the 2019 Strawberry Festival Parade.
YPN Mardi Gras Mixer The Young Professionals Network of Greater Tampa REALTORS® hosted their first REALMix of 2019 at District Tavern Tampa. Members had the chance to network with Tampa-area REALTORS® and affiliated business partners.
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The Wheels Are in Motion! Affiliates are off and running in 2019! The Affiliates are so excited to get things going in 2019. April brings back the Chili Cook-Off and Auction benefiting the REALTOR® Party. Affiliates answered the call to support, sponsor and cook up some of the most interesting chili you’ve ever tasted! Maybe we should have a Pepcid sponsor! Anyone interested? Coming up on May 16, we have the Annual Fred Procise Classic Golf Tournament. Want to play golf? Want to sponsor and have exposure to our Greater Tampa REALTORS® membership and guests? Reach out to Kathryn Velez at email@example.com today to get registered.
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the trainings, seminars and special events at GTR. With the hopes of establishing a relationship with our fellow REALTOR® members. We deliver products and services that consumers need for their real estate interests. Inspections, appraisals, insurance, mortgages, home repairs and more! The list of products and services is long. Visit the Affiliate Directory tab on tamparealtors.org to find the solution you’re looking for. The Affiliates Subcommittee meets the second Wednesday of each month at 11 a.m. If you are a new Affiliate or a seasoned one and want to get involved, come to a meeting. You’ll meet some great folks and have a chance to hear about what we’re planning and executing.
We are also planning two “Party with A Purpose” mixers and a REALTOR®/Affiliate Panel. Look for both in your eConnections. This is the best way to stay informed of upcoming events and functions at GTR and will ensure you have the best opportunity to sponsor these events and functions. Pay close attention to the emails from Kathryn alerting us of upcoming opportunities. Ultimately the Affiliates are here to serve. We sponsor
Congratulations to our Affiliates of the Month: February 2019: Deb Elfrink - American Eagle Mortgage March 2019: Chandler Houghtalin - RH & Associates
Welcome New Affiliate Business Partners! Joined between January 19 - March 8, 2019
A Snoop Inspection Representative: Daniel Brooks, Jay Smith
Guide to Homes Representative: Amy Koehn, Rhonda Rogers
Premier Gift Service Representative: Cathy Butler
A&M Home Inspections Representative: Mounir Zoubaa
Homebridge Financial Services Representative: Janine Cook
Priority Mortgage of Florida Representative: Jeannette Hackett
Accurate Biometrics Representative: Jim Critchfield
Impact Real Estate Coaching Representative: Lauren Smith
San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union Representative: James Quirk, Emily Sawyer
BPG Inspections Representative: Henry Rosenfelder
Loan Depot Representative: Laurie Aleman
Simons and Leoni Home Loans, LLC Representative: Cristina Kmiotek
Distinctive Design Homes LLC Representative: David Zink
MoneyCorp Representative: Kelly Cutchin
Suncoast Credit Union Representative: Gulianna Mesropyan
Elm Street Technology/Social Media Boot Camp Representative: Todd Colthorp
Most and Black Agency Representative: Scott Black
Supreme Lending Representative: Thomas Blattau
Noah's Ark Inspections Representative: Noah Winter
TD Bank Representative: Keri Bills
Paramount Residential Mortgage Group Inc. Representative: Francine Villa
Tiago National Title, LLC Representative: Sarah Cavigga
Pathway Construction, LLC Representative: Jane Vaccaro, William Warren
Valucentric tamparealtors.org Representative: John Barcelo
Enterprise Title Representative: Daniella Geoghagan Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. Representative: Frank Miranda Get the Facts Home Inspection Representative: Thomas LeMoine
January 15 - March 12, 2019
Use this directory as a resource for products and services. Affiliates join each month, so check each issue for updates. You can also search the online Affiliate directory by visiting tamparealtors.org. Special thanks to our Platinum Affiliate Partner: Tampa Bay Times, our Gold Affiliate Partners: BPG Inspections, Artisan Insurance Group and KB Home and our Silver Affiliate Partners: Enterprise Title, Riverview Mortgage, Wells Fargo Mortgage and Old Republic Exchange.
Gold Partners are highlighted in yellow.
1031 Exchange Old Republic Exchange Company Janet Schaum 1410 N Westshore Blvd., Ste. 800 Tampa, Florida 33607
813-849-2816 | orexco1031.com
Air Conditioning & Heating/ Air Quality Ierna’s Heating & Cooling Julie Rinaldi 18843 US Highway 41 N Lutz, Florida 33549
813-948-6355 | iernaair.com
Attorney/Legal Services Brown & Associates Law & Title PA Barbara Brown 11373 Countryway Blvd Tampa, Florida 33626
Silver Partners are highlighted in silver.
Frank Charles Miranda, P.A. Frank Miranda 3226 W. Cypress Street Tampa, Florida 33607
Lennar Homes Jaime Venerio 4600 W. Cypress St Suite 200 Tampa, Florida 33607
Woodward Law Group Woodward Anthony 20727 Sterlington Drive Tampa, Florida 34638
Holiday Builders Cheryl McCormick Brown 2293 W Eau Gallie Blvd Melbourne, Florida 32935
813-254-2637 | fcmlaw.com
Jon L. Auvil, PA. Jon Auvil 37837 Meridian Ave #100 Dade City, Florida 33525
Builders/Developers KB Home Ben Campbell 4105 Crescent Park Dr. Riverview, Florida 33578
813-574-5672 | Lennar.com
Contractors Distinctive Design Homes LLC David Zink 4346 Waterville Ave Wesley Chapel, Florida 33543
Pathway Construction LLC Jane Vaccaro 3495 Piedmont Road NE, Bldg 11 - Ste 300 Atlanta, Georgia 30309
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Credit Unions Navy Federal Credit Union Nina Botello 4538 S Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, Florida 33611
877-573-2324 | navyfederal.org San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union James Quirk 12542 Curley Street San Antonio, Florida 33576
352-588-2732 | sacfcu.org Suncoast Credit Union Tammy Kiehl 6801 E. Hillsborough Ave Tampa, Florida 33610
813-621-7511 | suncoastcreditunion.com
Financial Services Crediteaze Thomas Valeri 5820 W Cypress St Suite B Tampa, Florida 33607
Homebridge Financial Services Janine Cook 1511 N. West Shore Blvd #250 Tampa, Florida 33607
Housing Finance Authority Mark Hendrickson 601 E Kennedy Blvd 27th Floor Tampa, Florida 33602
Loan Depot Laurie Aleman 2111 W Swann Ave Suites #200 Tampa, Florida 33606
MoneyCorp Kelly Cutchin 7380 Sand Lake Rd # 410 Orlando, Florida 32819
Simons and Leoni Home Loans LLC Cristina Kmiotek 3902 Henderson Blvd #204 Tampa, Florida 33629
TD Bank Andre Taylor 2307 W. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida 33609
Gift Service Premier Gift Service Cathy Butler 1408 W. River Ct Valrico, FL 33596
Home Inspection Buyers Protection Group Randy Noon 15108 Princewood Lane Land Oâ€™Lakes, Florida 34638
352-428-1833 | bpginspections.com 1-Inspector Robert A Blobner 11347 Hudson Hills Lane Riverview, Florida 33579
360 Home Inspections Scott Randolph 13325 Antonio Way Dade City, Florida 33525
AcuSystem Home Inspections David Gonzalez 5668 Fishhawk Crossing Blvd., Ste 120 Lithia, Florida 33547
813-361-8802 | goacusystem.com
The Money Store Keila Santos 3609 West Waters Ave Tampa, Florida 33614
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AmeriSpec Inspection Services Justin Guzman P.O. Box 3393 Apollo Beach, Florida 33572
Best Home Inspection Richard A Yelton 23086 Madelyn Ave Port Charlotte, Florida 33954
Get the Facts Home Inspection Joe Svehla 867 W Bloomingdale NO. 6118 Brandon, Florida 33508
Any Home Inpsection Services David Counts P.O. Box 360265 Tampa, Florida 33673
Barmes Enterprises, Inc. Ric Barmes 4409 Loma Vista Dr Valrico, Florida 33596
Bay to Bay Home Inspections Robert E Rush 8312-1 Manor Club Circle Tampa, Florida 33647
Bennett Property Inspection Kevin Bennett 4106 W San Juan St Tampa, Florida 33629
Beryl Project Engineering Richard Leo Cannyn 2816 N 10th St Tampa, Florida 33605
Chief Home Inspections Richard Hyland Brandon, Florida
Glisson Inspection Timothy Glisson 2424 W. Prospect RD Tampa, Florida 33629
813-333-6263 | chiefhomeinspections.com Complete Home Inspection Services Albert Cooke
D.S. Murphy Inspections Ryan King 20643 Longleaf Pine Ave Tampa, Florida 33647
Florida Building Inspection Gr Dustie Amatangelo 333. N Falkenburg Rd., Ste. B214 Tampa, Florida 33578
Florida Superior Inspections Stephan A Warner 18331 Coqui CT Odessa, Florida 33556
813-616-3301 | berylprojectengineering.com
Gnome Inspections LLC David James 235 Apollo Beach Blvd #277 Apollo Beach, Florida 33572
813-326-9855 | gnomeinspections.com Home Inspector Professor Orlando Mora 15116 Heronglen Dr Lithia, Florida 33547
HouseMaster Home Inspections Michelle & Robert Southard
HomeTeam Inspection Svc. Mitchell H Rothenberg 720 E. Fletcher Ave., Ste. 105 Tampa, Florida 33612
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Jimenez Inspections LLC Jorge Jimenez 3833 S Lake Dr, Unit 207 Tampa, Florida 33614
TechPro Home Inspections Ian Kessler 12218 Garden Lake Circle Odessa, Florida 33556
Longo Inspection Services LLC George Longo 12153 N Dale Mabry Ste 200 Tampa, Florida 33618
Willson Home Inspection Inc. Taylor Willson 7324 Kingsbury Circle Tampa, Florida 33610
813-618-8393 | longoinspects.com National Property Inspections Fred Tonte 5243 Tummel Ct Wesley Chapel, Florida 33545
Noah's Ark Inspections Noah Winter 2406 State Road 60 East, Unit 1525 Valrico, Florida 33595
813-298-8597 | noahsarkinspections.com RH & Associates Chandler Houghtalin 3631 S Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, Florida 33629
Richard Pickle Ent, Inc. Richard Pickle 15820 Spring Crest Circle Tampa, Florida 33624
Safeline Home Inspections LLC Corey Richardson 2021 Shadow Pine Dr Brandon, Florida 33511
919-602-7749 | safelineinspections.com SIM Home Inspection Pablo Izaguirre 7853 Gunn Hwy #235 Tampa, Florida 33626
SPS Home Inspections LLC Scott Surridge 6648 Thackston Dr Riverview, Florida 33578
813-895-9955 | techproinspections.com
813-444-8589 | willsonhomeinspection.com Waypoint Property Inspection Robert E Hintze Jr 9605 Greenbank Drive Riverview, Florida 33569
Win Home Inspection New Tampa Rob Kuntz P.O. Box 46591 Tampa, Florida 33646
Home Repairs Utility Helpers Jonathan Brown 405 S Dale Mabry HWY Suite 201 Tampa, Florida 33609
813-291-3600 | utilityhelpers.com
Insurance Artisan Insurance Group Richard Vazquez 601 Lithia Pinecrest RD Brandon, Florida 33511
A B Capital Group Aaron Weber 1408 Westshore Blvd NO. 708 Tampa, Florida 33607
813-262-0059 | abcapitalgroup.com Excellence First Insurance Specialist Melissa Gallway P.O. Box 2402 Brandon, Florida 33509
813-867-2132 | excellencefirstins.com
Locksmith Services Rekey My Lock LLC Tony Arndt 28533 Rice Rd. San Antonio, Florida 33576
813-838-0194 | RekeyMyLock.com
Marketing/Web Design Tampa Bay Times Jackie Davidson 490 1st Avenue S. St. Petersburg, Florida 33701
Guide to Homes Rhonda Rogers 7810 Gall Blvd #109 Zephyrhills, FL 33541
813-928-1885 | searchguidetohomes.com
Mortgage Services Absolute Home Mortgage Corp George Dudley 5110 Eisenhower Blvd, Ste 150 Tampa, FL 33634
813-257-9033 |ahmcloans.com Riverview Mortgage Jennifer Weil 11256 Boyette RD Riverview, Florida 33569
813-399-2737 | riverviewmortgage.com Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Jennifer Jones 1463 Oakfield Dr Ste #108 Brandon, FL 33511
American Eagle Mortgage Sammy Takieddine 600 N. Westshore Blvd, Ste 304 Tampa, Florida 33609
813-375-1010 | aemc.cc Area Mortgage Leanne Zinkula 1316 W Bears Ave Tampa, Florida 33613
Bay Equity Home Loans Robert Paredes 5401 Kennedy Blvd., Ste 100 Tampa, Florida 33609
E Mortgage Management LLC Scott Pendleton 13053 W Linebaugh Ave. Ste 102 Tampa, Florida 33626 emmloans.com/scottpendleton
Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation Janalee Jones 1139 Professional Park Drive Brandon, Florida 33511
Suarez Home & Finance Corp. Chris Suarez 3087 Anderson Snow Rd Spring Hill, Florida 34609
813-376-3618 | fairwaymc.com
Freedom Mortgage Corporation Moises Alvarez 13139 W. Linebaugh Ave. Suite #102 Tampa, Florida 33626
855-690-5900 | FreedomMortgage.com Home Loans By U, Inc. William Pinnick 4021 N Armenia AVE., Ste. 102 Tampa, Florida 33607
813-875-4528 | HomeLoansByU.com Movement Mortgage Nicolette VanPelt 237 Apollo Beach Blvd #107 Apollo Beach, Florida 33572
Hughes Exterminators Audra Snyder 5325 Kelly Rd Tampa, FL 33615
813-598-0844 | www.prmg.net
Priority Mortgage of Florida Jeannette Hackett 7650 W Courtney Campbell Causeway #1050 Tampa, Florida 33607
Paramount Residential Mortgage Group Inc. Francine Villa 4590 Ulmerton Rd #117 Clearwater, Florida 33762
813-884-1555 | hughes-exterminators.com Renegade Termite and Pest Control Susan Davis 14343 Brinks Rd Dade City, FL 33525
727-418-1340 | prioritymortgagefl.com
Photography Arnold Novak Photography Arnold Novak 4333 Bayside Village Dr Apt #316 Tampa, Florida 33615
Supreme Lending Thomas Blattau 4905 W Kennedy Blvd. Suite 605 Tampa, Florida 33609
813-400-9090 | arnoldnovak.com
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813-981-5209 | supremeflorida.com
Impact Real Estate Coaching Lauren Smith 3035 Bayshore Pointe Drive Tampa, Florida 33611
Vandyk Mortgage Mike Bishop 13577 Feathersound Dr Clearwater, Florida 33762
727-395-9095 | vandykfl.com
Veteran’s United Home Loans Cindy Tolster 3686 West Gandy Blvd Tampa, Florida 33611
Cardinal Roofing & Solar Tech. Bridget Jenkins Wilson 3108 Barkley Lane Valrico, Florida 33596
813-835-1516 | vukellytolster.com
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Title Agencies Enterprise Title Cinthya Jorge 3602 Henderson Blvd Tampa, Florida 33609
813-849-1400 | etotb.com Fidelity National Title Insurance Patti Counce 2814 W Bay Dr Largo, Florida 33770
813-416-0018 | fidelitytampadistrict.com First American Title Michelle Hernandez 1731 S Kings Ave Brandon, Florida 33511
Sunstate Title Agency, Inc. Susie Morrow 5536 6th Street Zephyrhills, Florida 33542
Tiago National Title LLC Sarah Cavigga 407 N Howard Blvd. Suite #200 Tampa, Florida 33609
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Veterans Escrow & Title Services Dwight McDonald PA 2224 Ashley Oaks Cir, Ste 101 Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544
Hillsborough Title Marie Combs 350 E. Bloomingdale Ave Brandon, Florida 33511
813-655-4000 | hillsboroughtitle.com Magnolia Title Agency LLC Mary Castro 37838 Pasco Avenue Dade City, Florida 33525
Mason Title & Escrow Company Cindy Maxie 27544 Cashford Circle NO. 101 Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544
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North American Title Company Kimberly Martin 405 N Reo Street, Suite 320 Tampa, Florida 33609
Sapphire Title & Escrow Co. Michelle Garcia Gilbert 2313 W. Violet St Tampa, Florida 33603
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NATION You Have The Power
2019 Convention Florida Realtors& Trade Expo ®
Convention & Trade Expo
Orlando, FL August 21 & 22, 2019 Governance Meetings // August 23-25
Closing Session Keynote
Real Estate Success Story and star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing: New York and Sell It Like Serhant AUGUST 20 AUGUST 21
Back By Popular Demand!
PARTY ON THE MOON
REBarCamp The unconventional convention returns
DESIGNATION COURSES AUGUST 21
PARTY ON THE MOON 8 – 11 p.m. AUGUST 21 & 22
TRADE EXPO WITH MORE THAN 225 EXHIBITORS with one job... AUGUST 21
General Session Keynote
JOHN ONDRASIK (FIVE FOR FIGHTING)
Grammy-Nominated Top 40 Singer/Songwriter & Presenter.“What If: Harnessing Inspiration & Creativity To Design the World You Want”
to make you and your business stronger than ever.
MORE THAN 40+ EDUCATION SESSIONS IN 6 LEARNING TRACKS
Productivity/Profitability. Broker. Professional Growth. Technology. Global. Continuing Education.