SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2018
THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE GREATER TAMPA REALTORS®
reminder: 2019 dues renewal deadline Nov. 30!
CODE OF ETHICS 15 • MARKET STATS 29
AFFILIATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 40
september - october 2018
special section: Become a REALTOR® Safety Superhero!; REALTOR® Safety by the Numbers; What’s Your Safety Superhero Personality Type
PAGES 10 - 13
5 PRESIDENT’S CORNER
Safety Remains a Top Priority
What’s In It For You?
Make the most of your REALTOR® member benefits. PAGE 18
REALTORS® Political Action Committee
Working to protect your business. PAGE 20
6 REALTORS® IN ACTION RPAC Major Investors
15 CODE OF ETHICS
Advantage Gained through Deception of Clients
First Annual Blue Party
29 LOCAL MARKET STATS
Hillsborough County and the Tampa-Clearwater-St. Pete MSA
Awards Nominations Now Open
REALTORS® Care Foundation
Deadline to nominate a deserving GTR member is Oct. 15. PAGE 24
Learn more about RCF. PAGE 27
Classes and Events
32 MEET OUR NEW MEMBERS
New REALTORS® and Brokers
39 AFFILATE CORNER Making a Difference
Affiliate Business Directory Search our list of active Affiliate businesses.
SUBMIT YOUR CONTENT! Do you have a comment on an article in this edition? Want to submit an idea or write an article for the next issue? Contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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GREAT NEWS! Lennar’s ACES program just got bigger and better! Our ACES loyalty program now includes Lennar, WCI and CalAtlantic Homes. With more communities, homesites and features to choose from, your clients can select from a wide variety of homes that meet their budgets and lifestyles. Whether your client wants a quick move-in, a luxury kitchen or community amenities, by bundling our brands into one Realtor rewards program, it’s now even easier for our partners to earn rewards and a 5% commission.
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Need more information? Contact us at 888-220-5951 or email@example.com. FOR REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS, ONLY: For real estate professionals licensed to practice in FL who are (1) 18 years of age or older, (2) employed by or otherwise associated with an active real estate broker licensed to do business in FL, and (3) enrolled in the Lennar ACES Rewards Program. The commission levels stated above apply to purchase agreements fully executed between 12/1/17 and 11/30/2018 for select inventory homes. Purchase agreements fully executed prior to 12/1/2017 are excluded. Cannot be combined with commission offers applicable to international buyers. Commission is paid only if, as and when a purchase agreement closes and fully funds. The percentage of commission shall be determined by the order in which the qualified purchase agreements are closed and funded. Purchase agreements that do not close and fully fund will not be included in the ACES commission calculation and may affect the reward level. Lennar reserves the right to pay the commission to the broker of a real estate professional. Other terms and conditions apply. Offer good for a limited time only. Program subject to applicable laws, rules and regulations. Lennar reserves the right to change, withdraw or discontinue this offer at any time without notice. In order to earn a commission agent/ broker must register each prospective buyer in person at a Welcome Home Center, accompany the prospect during prospect’s initial visit and comply with Lennar’s broker participation policy. Not eligible if prospect has previously registered with Lennar or Lennar.com whether individually or with a broker and/or is currently registered with another broker/agent. Visit Lennar.com or see a Lennar New Home Consultant for further details and important legal disclaimers. This is not an offer in states where prior registration is required. +The information from Builder 100 is used or reprinted with permission from Hanley Wood Media Inc. Void where prohibited by law. Copyright ©2018 Lennar Corporation. All rights reserved. Lennar, the Lennar logo, CalAtlantic logo, WCI logo, Lennar Loyalty logo and Lennar ACES Loyalty logo are registered service marks or service marks of Lennar Corporation and/or its subsidiaries. LENNAR HOMES LLC CGC1518166. (09/18) WCITPA037 9.12
2019 Dues Reminder Greater Tampa REALTORS® continues to add more value to your membership without raising your local dues. The invoice for your 2019 REALTOR® membership dues is now available on your Member Portal. A $75 late fee is assessed for dues paid after Nov. 30, 2018.
Your Dues Dollars at Work
$150 - Member Dues Goes toward national-level advocacy and programs, products and services. $35 - Public Awareness Fee Educate consumers of the value of REALTORS® through its national Consumer Advertising Campaign. $116 - Member Dues Goes toward state-level advocacy and programs, products and services. $30 - Issues Advocacy Fee State-level advocacy that impacts your bottom line.
$120 - GTR Member Dues Goes toward local programs educational opportunities and member services.
$99 - Voluntary Investment (RPAC) Impacts your bottom line through issues mobilization and direct support of local, state, and federal candidates who support REALTORS®.
$25 - Voluntary Contribution (RCF) Helps local families achieve the dream of homeownership.
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Volume 2 | Issue 5 tamparealtors.org/magazine 813.879.7010
2018 OFFICERS President: Mari Colgan President-Elect: Dan Hazy Vice President: Ashley Christie Treasurer: Darlene Davenport Secretary: Bob Pasquarello Immediate Past President: Joe Perez 2018 DIRECTORS Ruth Bryson, Anthony Canizares, John Daux P.A., Marvin Gordon, Nico Hohman, Lea Lagueux, Ellie Lambert, Brad Monroe, Jay Quigley, Carl Shenning, Bridget Jenkins-Wilson and Marie Gregorio EDITOR/DESIGNER Brittany J. Jackson, Communications Director ASSISTANT EDITOR Kimberly Chin, Communications Specialist
The Greater Tampa REALTORS®, Inc. (GTR) is the largest Tampa Bay-based professional association of real estate brokers and sales associates conducting business throughout the Bay. GTR provides educational programs, ethical guidance and other services that enable licensed real estate professionals to help people buy and sell homes in the Greater Tampa area. For more information, please visit tamparealtors.org. REPRODUCTION Tampa REALTOR® magazine is published bi-monthly for members of GTR in the interest of informing, promoting, and improving the real estate industry. With the exception of articles and materials from other publications reprinted in this magazine, members and affiliate members of GTR are hereby authorized to reproduce articles appearing in this newspaper, provided each such reproduction gives the following credit: Reprinted from the Tampa REALTOR® magazine, Greater Tampa REALTORS®. ADVERTISING INFORMATION For advertising information/sales, please contact 813.879.7010 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All advertising is subject to the approval of the GTR Board of Directors/Chief Executive Officer.
Safety remains a top priority Having a Safety Protocol in Place Will Protect You & Your Clients
very September is dedicated to REALTOR® safety efforts. Like countless other professions that require public interaction, the real estate industry involves some risk. Our goal is to help educate our members on the significance of safety procedures and the precautions that should be made. As a REALTOR®, it’s important to have a personal safety protocol in place that you use when meeting new clients, showing properties or sharing information online. Although the month of September has been designated as REALTOR® Safety Month, it’s important to practice these safety precautions and preparations year-round. By educating our REALTORS® about potential threats and providing you with resources to protect yourselves, GTR hopes to keep our REALTORS® safe. On page 10 you can discover ways to combat common real estate threats. Make sure you take our REALTOR® Safety Personality quiz on page 13 and see which superhero you are most like. This issue, we also want to highlight our foundation and the wonderful work they do. The REALTORS® Care Foundation of GTR is a charitable organization that provides educational housing programs and services. You can learn more about
the programs offered through this foundation on page 27. And, as a friendly reminder, your membership dues renewal deadline is November 30. Please check out the article on page 18 that highlights several of the benefits available to you as a member of our association. Finally, to highlight some great news for our association, you, the members, have voted to merge Greater Tampa REALTORS® with the East Pasco Association of REALTORS®. Becoming one, unified association will increase our impact in the community and real estate industry, while creating a more member-focused organization for our combined 11,000+ members! Thank you for making us Stronger, Together! As always, I want to thank you for the opportunity to serve as your voice. God bless,
MARI COLGAN 2018 President
NAR Code of Ethics training deadline is Dec. 31, 2018. All REALTORS® must complete the mandatory biennial Code of Ethics training by December 31. Check out the events calendar to register to take the course at GTR: TampaRealtors.org/calendar. tamparealtors.org
realtors in action ®
Your Champions for REALTOR® Rights
RPAC’s mission is to identify candidates for elected office on the local, state and national levels who will work with REALTORS® to promote and protect the American Dream of property ownership. Candidates who receive support from RPAC are not selected based on their political party or ideology, but solely on their support of real estate issues.
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Vote Did you know that 73% of REALTOR® Party Champions won in 2016 state and local elections? And, 83% of REALTORS® are registered to vote. Are you? Let your voice be heard!
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A special thanks to these individuals for supporting RPAC and are being recognized based on their 2018 paid investments. Mary Jo AlfordRoberson
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Did you know that 33% of REALTORS® participated in RPAC and there were 8,244 Major Investors in 2016? Learn how you can invest in your profession at tamparealtors.org/rpac.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS through his interest in affordable housing programs. He currently serves as the president of the REALTORS® Care Foundation of GTR and is a past president of Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay.
GTR congratulates past president (1992) and REALTOR® of the Year (2014) Don Walden of Donco Realty, Inc., who recently celebrated his 90th birthday. Walden, a fifthgeneration Plant City native and graduate of Stetson University, retired from the United States Army as a lieutenant colonel after 22 years. Walden then launched a career in commercial real estate and continues to work. Aside from his service with GTR, he is very active in his community, having served as the president of the Plant City Kiwanis Club, Chairman of the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce and more. Walden is pictured above receiving a proclamation from Plant City Mayor Rick Lott. 2018 GTR President Mari Colgan was elected as the 2019 Florida REALTORS® District 6 Vice President. As DVP, she will represent Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties. GTR welcomes new Education Director Jennifer Garula-Mers. Jennifer is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, and has resided in Florida for a decade with her two children. She has her B.S. in Education from Xavier University, and is a 200 E-RYT trauma, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and sensory-reintegration instructor. Jennifer has worked in the not-for-profit sports arena under Major League Baseball governance and for the University of Georgia as a subject matter expert for education assessment, technology and psychometrics. She also has extensive experience in the private/public sector in adult education, including developing curriculum, instructional design and assessment. In her spare time, she enjoys the Florida lifestyle with her family and friends as well as traveling. Tom Scaglione was named Associate REALTOR® of the Year on Aug. 9 by Florida REALTORS®. Tom, a past president of GTR, has been active with the local association for more than 25 years and is the recipient of numerous awards, including GTR’s REALTOR® of the year award in 2012. Throughout the years, Tom has served the community
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Andy Joe Scaglione, 2016 president of GTR, received the Commercial REALTOR® Achievement Award from Florida REALTORS® on Aug. 9. The award honors lifetime contributions to commercial activities at the local, state and national levels. Andy Joe has been a member of GTR since 1986 and was named the local REALTOR® of the year in 2017. He is also a founding member of the Florida Gulf Coast Commercial Association of REALTORS® and has been a member of the Florida REALTORS® Commercial Alliance Committee among his service on a number of other boards and committees. Barbara S. Jordan was recently awarded the District 6 Leadership Institute Hall of Fame Award in honor of 2010 GTR President Vernon Taylor. Recipients are selected based on active participation on the local, state and national levels, professional development activities and advocacy efforts and participation in RPAC. Zarina “Rina” Champagne recently joined GTR as a member services specialist. Rina is a Florida native and graduate of the University of North Florida with her B.S. in Communications.Before joining GTR, Rina had over seven years of upper-level sales and retail management experience. When she’s not 100 ft. under water scuba diving, you can find Rina watching movies with her soon-to-be husband, Johnathon, or cruising with her wonderful family. GTR welcomes Jory Allen as the newest member services specialist. Jory moved to Tampa a year ago from West Palm Beach, Florida and has an extensive background in customer service, including working in the hospitality and restaurant industries and front office work. In her spare time, Jory loves to dance, travel and learn new things. She also spends her spare time playing with her puppy, Zora. Jory is currently a student at the University of South Florida, working on her bachelor’s degree in healthcare management and is looking forward to learning everything she can about real estate.
IN LOVING MEMORY... Samantha Keithley (Keller Williams Realty) passed away on September 23. Keithley joined Greater Tampa REALTORS® in 2016. Our deepest condolences are extended to her family and friends.
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Become a safety
Use your realtor® safety superpowers
STRENGTHS: They may be intimidating, physically strong and may even team up with another villain to overtake you when you lease expect it. WEAKNESSES: Just because they may be bigger or stronger doesn’t mean they have the power to defeat you. realtor® defense: Super -human strength
Harness your own physical strength by taking a self-defense class. Not only will you learn some new moves that could help you in a bind, but you will build your confidence in your ability to protect yourself.
STRENGTHS: Whether a storm, flash flooding, wildfires or red tide, environmental threats have a way of destroying homes and negatively impacting the real estate market. WEAKNESSES: None realtor® defense: Preparation
Be prepared to endure seasonal environmental challenges that may come your way and threaten your livelihood. Simple things like making a hurricane preparedness kit and logging information on your valuables will go a long way in keeping you protected in the event of a natural disaster!
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STRENGTHS: Imposters can appear to be friendly and make you believe that they are serious about doing business with you. Scammers will feed off your reactions to get valuable information from you. WEAKNESSES: It’s possible to discover their true motives by doing a simple investigation into their stories or credentials. realtor® defense: X-Ray Vision
If something seems suspicious about a particular person, don’t be afraid to look into their background or ask probing questions to find the truth.
CYBERSECURITY THREATS villain profile
STRENGTHS: They can take many forms including identity theft, wire fraud, phishing, ransomware, viruses, malware and more! WEAKNESSES: There are dozens of resources available to help protect REALTORS® and their clients from falling victim to their attacks. realtor® defense: invisibility
In this age of digital transparency, it can be easy to overshare private details online. To protect against cybersecurity threats, its important to limit the amount and type of personal info you share on the web. According to NAR, you should consider advertising without your photo or using your office address/phone number instead of your personal one. To protect your sellers, advise them not to leave sensitive information, like bills and other mail, where they
can be easily accessed by prospective buyers during open houses.
*Bonus tip: GET A Sidekick!
At least one person you trust should know the details on your location, destination, who you’re meeting with & expected time home in case you run into trouble.
by the numbers
Check out these REALTOR® safety statistics from NAR’s 2018 Member Safety Report and learn how you, too, can become a REALTOR® safety superhero!
47% of REALTORS® use smartphone safety apps to notify friends and colleagues of their whereabouts and alert them to an emergency.
of REALTORS® who participated in a REALTOR® safety course feel more prepared for unknown situations after taking the course.
40% of REALTORS® say they meet prospective clients first at their office or a neutral location.
43% of REALTORS® reported participating in a selfdefense class.
of REALTORS® chose to carry selfdefense weapons.
71% of members say their real estate office has standard procedures for safeguarding and proper disposal of client data and client information.
62% of REALTORS® have personal safety protocols in place that they follow with every client. This is more likely among females than among males.
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What’s the first thing you would do if you encountered a trespasser at a property you’re showing?
A. Exit immediately and call the police! B. Check your surroundings first before exiting the car for anything out of the ordinary. C. Remain calm & reschedule the showing for a later date. A Prospective seller calls to VIEW a listing presentation & wants you to meet them at the property LATE that evening. Would you...
A. Meet them at the property, but bring another person with you? B. Do your homework before meeting the person and schedule a presentation at your office during work hours? C. Meet them at the property, but let someone know your location & expected time home? After leaving an open house, you see two men loitering in the driveway. They appear to get in the car at the same time as you, and drive behind you. Would you...
A. Pull into a public place with plenty of people around? B. Look out the window before you exit the property and call a friend if you feel you’re in danger? C. Keep driving to see if you are really being followed?
You receive a text message/call from a prospective buyer wanting to see a property, but soon the messages become obscene. What would you do?
A. Let the caller know their behavior isn’t acceptable and you will be reporting them to the police. B. You already have a protocol in place to deal with these situations, so you follow up with your broker to let him/her know. C. Stop engaging in conversation and block the number. While leaving the grocery store, you notice a random person has spotted your REALTOR® advertising on your car and is waiting there for you. would You...
A. Tell them you’re on the way to another appointment, but give them your contact info and let them know you can set up an office visit. B. Assess the situation on the way to the car. Look for body language cues and check your surroundings to see if s/he is alone or with someone else. C. Hand them a business card, get their contact info and talk to them about their needs.
results: Mostly As - “Mr(s). Fantastic”: This Marvel superhero is considered one of the smartest in the comic book universe. Your flexible intellect helps you find your way out of any sticky situation. Mostly Bs - “Spiderman/woman”: Your spidey senses are always tingling, so it’s easy for you to understand complex situations and stay two steps ahead of the enemy! Mostly Cs - “Wolverine”: Like wolverine, your animal-keen senses help you remain cool and calm in any crisis.
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CODE OF ETHICS Advantage Gained Through Deception of Client
lient X listed his unique parcel of land on a lake exclusively with REALTOR® A, who worked diligently for months to sell Client X’s property. Finally, Realtor® A came up with the idea of selling the property to the county for a park, and made arrangements for its presentation at a special meeting.
Client X went before the County Commissioners with his attorney. REALTOR® A, the listing broker, was in the audience. REALTOR® A commented about the property and told the County Commissioners that if the County purchased the property he, REALTOR® A, would receive a real estate commission. The County Commissioners agreed to take the matter under advisement. REALTOR® B, a member of the County Commission, approached Client X and suggested that if the property were listed with REALTOR® B exclusively, and REALTOR® B then cooperated with REALTOR® A so that the real estate commission would be split between them, the County would probably purchase the property from Client X. Otherwise, REALTOR® B indicated, the County would not purchase it. Unknown to Client X, the County Commissioners had already voted to buy the land. Worried that he might not sell the land, Client X immediately signed a second written exclusive listing with REALTOR® B. Thereafter, a sales contract was executed which provided that the real estate commission was to be divided equally between REALTOR® A and REALTOR® B. Unknown to REALTOR® B, Client X had told REALTOR® A the entire story about REALTOR® B’s
approach to and conversation with Client X. REALTOR® A filed a complaint against REALTOR® B alleging violations of Article 1 and Article 16. The Grievance Committee found enough evidence of REALTOR® B’s alleged violations of the Code to warrant a hearing before a Hearing Panel of the Board’s Professional Standards Committee. At the hearing, REALTOR® B defended himself, indicating that he had been instrumental in influencing the County Commission to vote to buy Client X’s land, and had voted for it himself. Accordingly, REALTOR® B felt it was appropriate for him to receive a commission. It was the Hearing Panel’s conclusion that REALTOR® B had used his official position as County Commissioner to deceive Client X with respect to the prospects of the County purchasing his property, and had coerced Client X into executing an exclusive listing while the property was already listed exclusively with REALTOR® A. The Hearing Panel found REALTOR® B in violation of Article 1 for having advised Client X dishonestly and Article 16 for having acted inconsistently with the exclusive relationship that existed between Client X and REALTOR® A.
Read more ethics case interpretations online at: TampaRealtors.org/Ethics
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: I heard the commercial lien law will let me put a lien on the owner’s property for my commission. Is this true? A: No. The lien attaches only to the owner’s net proceeds and not to any interest in real property.
Q: I just received a copy of an appraisal in which the appraiser didn’t analyze prior sales of the subject property. Aren’t appraisers required to analyze prior sales? A: Yes. Standards Rule 1-5, USPAP, states that when the value opinion to be developed is market value, an appraiser must analyze all available agreements of sale, options and listings of the subject property current as of the effective date of the appraisal and analyze all sales of the subject property that occurred within the three years prior to the effective date of the appraisal.
First Annual Blue Party
On September 13, the Young Professionals Network of GTR organized a fabulous celebration for REALTORS® of all ages! For those of you that attended, you were able to meet and network with incredible REALTORS®, the leadership of GTR and the amazing Affiliates and sponsors that make these events possible. As the party got underway, we heard about the people that have had the vision and commitment to create the programs and education events that YPN has provided to our members. We were also inspired by former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Frank D. Murphy (also founder of the Mentoring with Purpose Charity), who shared the life experiences that allowed him to find his true “WHY” and gave us some direction on understanding and evaluating our own “WHY.” Three key points he made were: • Be in position: Are you in the right position to succeed? • Put down your fake ID: Are you acting instead of being your genuine, authentic self? • Lead with compassion: Understand that people are dealing with challenges that we do not even know about.
want to wait for the next Blue Party, please save the date for the YPN Ugly Sweater Holiday Party on December 13. Stay tuned for more details. Thank you again to our GTR team, the Blue Party planning team and the Blue Party sponsors for making this evening possible. Debbie Prescott (North American Title) & LaShawn Milton (Realnet Florida Real Estate) are members of the 2018 YPN Advisory Board. Find us on Facebook & Instagram @TampaYPN
THANK YOU SPONSORS Odiorne Insurance Tom Odiorne
First American Title Michelle Hernandez
North American Title Debbie Prescott
AB Insurance & Risk Management Alex Conguta
Visit FrankDMurphy.com to find out more about Frank and the work he is doing in our community.
Cardinal Roofing Bridget Jenkins Wilson
Jackson’s provided the perfect back drop for our celebration. The rain stayed further east and the sunset did not disappoint. As the evening rolled in, the lights of Tampa sparkled. Being there and taking in that view was another reason why we all love Tampa Bay!
South Shore Insurance Professionals Michelle Mosher
The food was delicious, the beverages flowed, selfies were abundant and the music was energizing! We now know which members are the best dancers and we shared some fabulous blue apparel. The event was also an opportunity to recognize the leaders whose visionary guidance have made the Young Professionals Network what it is today. We honored 2018 GTR President Mari Colgan, 2018 YPN Chair Corey Richardson, and past YPN chairs Ashley Christie and John Daux. Our Greater Tampa REALTORS® truly enjoyed the entire evening and are looking forward to 2019. If you don’t
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Check out pages 30-31 to view more photos from the First Annual Blue Party!
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What’s in it for you? Make the Most of Your REALTOR® Member Benefits As a GTR member, you have access to a plethora of benefits, services and platforms on the national, state and local levels. These benefits are tailored to our members to help expand their businesses, further their education and simplify their lives. When our REALTOR® members succeed, Greater Tampa REALTORS® succeeds. It can be overwhelming when joining an association and jumping headfirst into your business. At GTR, we have fully trained one-stop-shop member services specialists to assist you with anything you may need. Whether it be a lockbox, SUPRA key, store item, or you are just updating your personal information, our member services staff is available to support you. GTR also provides every member with free subscriptions to Inman Select and MyCondoPlans. When you arrive at the association, you may notice some of the recent enhancements. We renovated our main location and updated our classrooms to provide our members with state-of-the-art technology, a fresh look and a comfortable environment. We now have a closing room for our members to meet with clients free of charge with advanced scheduling, and we supply Kahwa coffee daily in our Tech Lounge and all classes. There are many opportunities to get involved with the association. GTR has over 25 committees that plan, organize and implement programs to fit our members’ needs. We are always looking for passionate volunteers to serve on our committees and guide our association. For example, the Tampa Bay International Real Estate Council (TBIREC) is a great resource for members interested in working globally. The International Committee hosts events and educational sessions to increase council members’ knowledge and understanding of the international real estate industry. TBIREC focuses on a variety of hot topics, from FIRPTA to working with cryptocurrency. There is something for everyone at TBIREC. Are you new to the business? The Young Professionals Network (YPN) is right for you! YPN has nothing to do with age – it has everything to do with working together, networking and doing good for the community. All GTR members are provided with a free membership to YPN, which allows you to attend any of their quarterly events at a low cost or even free to you!
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Advocacy is critical to the real estate industry. We advocate for our profession on the local, state and national levels by taking positions on issues affecting real estate. Our Governmental Affairs Committee also recommends candidates for office who are in alignment with REALTOR® views. The voice of a 1.3-million-member organization that fights for private property rights is incredibly powerful. Investing in RPAC is what I like to call the cheapest insurance policy for your business. Educational opportunities are available to REALTOR® members at all levels. However, education is at the center of GTR’s core values. We are committed to providing all REALTOR® members with top-notch education and brilliant instructors, at the lowest cost to the member. GTR listens to the market and membership and responds with over 400 educational sessions and events to meet YOUR needs. These benefits are not exclusive to Tampa REALTORS®. Our membership expands into our surrounding communities and counties. The GTR Board of Directors began a Pasco initiative in 2018 which includes classes with quality instructors, events and even a full-time service center in Wesley Chapel. With over 3,000 members in northern Hillsborough and Pasco counties, it is GTR’s top priority to bring our benefits and services to the area. In 2019, our members in the Tampa/Pasco area will continue to see events and educational opportunities, and we will also focus on bringing benefits to our Brandon/Riverview members. GTR is one of the largest shareholders of My Florida Regional (MFR) MLS, where it maintains a strong voice to provide members with benefits and platforms to grow their business. MFR and GTR members work together to increase the value of your MLS and create additional userfriendly technology. Thanks to our leadership, volunteers and members just like you, we are actively working to make Greater Tampa REALTORS® even greater! Grace Smith, RCE is the Member Engagement Director at Greater Tampa REALTORS®. For more information on member benefits, you can email her at Grace@TampaRealtors.org.
Tools to Grow Your Business Here’s a summary of benefits offered at each level that are available to you as a member of the Greater Tampa REALTORS®. For more information, visit TampaRealtors.org. Over 400 Educational Offerings Lowest cost GRI in the state of Florida
REALTORS® Property Resource
REALTOR® Benefits Program
.REALTOR & .RealEstate Domains
NAR Member Center
Free Internet Data Exchange (IDX)
Code of Ethics REALTOR® Magazine Consumer Outreach Advocacy
Monthly Housing Data Florida REALTOR® Magazine Florida REALTORS® News
Member Value Plus (MVP) Program
Florida REALTORS® Rewards Program
Video Library with 150+ Videos
Florida REALTORS® Leadership Academy
REALTORS® Insurance Marketplace
Florida Living Network
Certifications & Designations
One-Stop-Shop Member Services Staff Leadership Opportunities REALTOR® Store Supra e-Keys and Lockboxes Local Market Statistics Free Inman Select Subscription Award-winning Bi-Monthly Magazine Networking Opportunities Professional Standards Program Tampa Bay International Real Estate Council (TBIREC) Young Professionals Network (YPN) Free MyCondoPlans Subscription Representation Before Local Municipalities Full-time Service Center in Wesley Chapel TampaRealtors.org
INVESTING IN RPAC
REALTORS® PAC Working to protect your business
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WHAT IS RPAC?
RPAC stands for REALTORS® Political Action Committee. RPAC is the lobbying/political arm of the National Association of REALTORS® and Florida REALTORS®.
WHY DO WE HAVE RPAC?
It is imperative that we have a mechanism to express our views throughout all levels of government. RPAC serves as this mechanism. RPAC uses its financial resources to support candidates who both understand and support REALTOR® issues. RPAC looks to build the future by putting dollars in places that will help advance the interests of real estate professionals. RPAC is the only political group in the country organized for REALTORS® and run by REALTORS®. RPAC exists solely to further issues important to REALTORS®. The money to accomplish this comes from voluntary contributions made by REALTORS®. These are not members’ dues; this is money given freely by REALTORS® in recognition of how important campaign fundraising is to the political process. RPAC doesn’t buy votes. RPAC enables REALTORS® to support candidates that support the issues that are important to their profession and livelihood.
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS?
RPAC is one of the largest and most effective political action committees in the country and has been instrumental in promoting favorable legislation that would benefit our communities and our careers. RPAC also plays a major role in the election of officials who stand with REALTORS®, regardless of party affiliation. Our legislative allies are members of the REALTOR® Party. The REALTOR® Party supports the issues that are important to your business as a REALTOR®, regardless of political party affiliation. During the 113th Congress, NAR’s legislative and regulatory agenda continued to focus on creating a fundamentally sound and robust U.S. real estate market while protecting the business interests of members, as well as consumers. Despite Congress’ lack of actions, NAR achieved several accomplishments and set the foundation for many important issues moving forward. RPAC was the largest contributor to candidates during the 2014 federal election cycle, disbursing roughly [$4.9 million] in direct contributions to federal candidates, Leadership Political Action Committees (PACs) and National Political Party Committees. Direct contributions made by RPAC were given to both Republican and Democratic candidates. Other successes include: • •
Businesses throughout Florida will save an additional $31 million each year due to the second reduction in the tax rate in as many years. $500,000 was allocated from the Professional Regulation Trust Fund to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation to combat unlicensed
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real estate activity. Strengthened the current flood insurance notice included in homeowner’s property insurance policy Allowed businesses to receive tax credits for a portion of the Business Rent Tax they pay, which will go toward certain scholarship funds Will extend the Florida Office of Financial Regulation (OFR) requirement to lenders making residential mortgage loans for business purposes. Affordable housing programs received close to $110 million from the state and local government housing trust funds. Several REALTORS® and a former Florida REALTORS® staff member have officially been appointed to the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board (FREAB) and the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC).
Although the National Association of REALTORS® doesn’t lobby local governments, the national association does provide funding and other resources to local and state REALTOR® associations for their advocacy outreach. The REALTOR® Action Center gives all REALTORS® who have a current, valid e-mail address or access to the Internet a fast and easy way to contact their members of Congress and present NAR’s legislative positions. In responding to NAR Calls for Action, REALTORS® can send letters to members of Congress on issues that matter to them and their clients with the click of a mouse.
WHY SHOULD YOU INVEST IN RPAC?
REALTOR® Advocacy and RPAC impacts your bottom line. Through RPAC efforts, REALTORS® and/or homeowners either increased their commissions or saved cash. REALTORS® must be politically active. If not, who will take on the responsibility of protecting our values and rights? If REALTORS® do not speak out, get involved and help shape the discussion, someone else will. No one knows a community better than a REALTOR®. REALTORS® know the lay of the land, the families, the best schools, the neighborhoods and the leaders of any given area. REALTORS® work in every city, county and community in the nation. REALTORS® are on the frontline as defenders of real estate issues.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
RPAC is an investment; your investment in your business. Join the group of REALTORS® and Affiliates who are committed to the preservation and improvement of our careers and livelihoods by investing in RPAC. Your 2019 dues invoice includes a line for a voluntary investment in RPAC that makes a diligent effort to ensure your local and state candidates are oriented to benefit your business and protect private property rights. To promote the strength of your profession, we strongly encourage you to include the voluntary investment in your payment. tamparealtors.org
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Award Nominations now open Deadline to Nominate a Deserving GTR Member is October 15 by Shannon Damschen Each year, the Greater Tampa REALTORS® presents awards to members whose peers admire them for going above and beyond expectations. We are asking for your assistance to identify individuals worthy of these prestigious honors. The time is now to nominate members who are involved at GTR, in addition to members active with civic projects, service clubs, charitable activities and political groups. These award recipients will be recognized at our Annual Installation and Awards Banquet on Thursday, Dec. 6. Visit TampaRealtors.org/awards to submit the name(s) of members you feel may deserve one of our yearly awards no later than October 15. Current officers are not eligible for these awards. REALTOR® OF THE YEAR: This award, the most prestigious one of all, is given to the member (minimum 10 years service to GTR) who exemplifies what it means to be a REALTOR®. They have been active in the Association
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and community, contributing freely of themselves and their talents. They volunteer because they know one person can make a difference. They are committed to excellence in their profession and service in their clubs, churches and communities. They are ongoing examples of the professionalism exemplified by the Code of Ethics to which they subscribe. This person is known to be honorable and respected throughout the real estate community. REALTOR® Spirit: Commitment to laws and regulations of the Association and the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics; dedicated to furthering principles of good real estate practice among other real estate brokers, the media and the general public. Civic Affairs Activity: Examples are local and nationallevel participation in civic and service clubs, charitable activities, political commissions or committees, fraternal or religious groups, etc.
AWARDS Business Accomplishments: Examples include public recognition of business conduct, service to clients, advertising programs, home rehabilitation work, etc. Local Association Activity: Examples are committee work, special assignments, seminar activity and educational work, membership and offices held in local Institutes, Societies, and Councils etc. State Association Activity: Examples include committee work, attendance and/or participation in state conventions, director’s meetings, educational conferences, Institutes, Societies, and Councils etc. National Association Activity: Examples are committee work, membership and work in Institutes, Societies, and Councils, attendance at national conventions, director’s meetings, etc. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD (VERNON E. TAYLOR AWARD): Established in 2018 and named in honor of the late Vernon E. Taylor, 2010 president of GTR, this award is presented to the member with a sterling reputation among his/her peers and who has a minimum of 15 years of exemplary service to GTR®. This REALTOR® has been a mentor to others, invests passionately and continually in RPAC, always steps up when asked, and his/her ethics are above reproach. This person has served on or chaired committees and has dedicated their time, talent and energy for the betterment of our Association and its members. COMMITTEE CHAIR – OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP AWARD (EDWARD T. STARR AWARD): Established in 1961 and named in honor of the late Edward T. Starr, 1959 president of GTR, this award is given to the committee chair who exhibits outstanding leadership to the committee for the current year. It defines the chair’s leadership style to include time spent, efforts made, who benefited and why, and any other specific details. NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR AWARD: This award honors a deserving REALTOR® with two years or less tenure in the real estate profession. You must indicate whether your nominated candidate practices real estate as a fulltime profession (to the best of your knowledge) and the number of hours per week (on average) your nominated candidate works in the real estate profession. Criteria should include but is not limited to:
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Tenure as a REALTOR® (two years or less) Ethical practices Participation in Association activities (Examples include: service on committees, attending GARD and/or state conventions, investing in RPAC, writing an article for GTR’s magazine, attending GTR functions, working toward NAR designations, etc.) Active in community affairs (For example: service on committees and any volunteer work in in the community)
REALTOR® COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD (C. ED OWINGS AWARD): Established in 1964 and named in honor of the late C. Ed Owings, 1961 president of GTR, this award is given to a REALTOR® who has performed outstanding service to the community for a minimum of three years in the Tampa Bay area. HUMANITARIAN OF THE YEAR: This award is given to the member who meets the following criteria which should include but is not limited to: • Involvement in the saving of human lives or the alleviation of suffering • Concern with promoting human welfare • Performing charitable and philanthropic acts of kindness AFFILIATE OF THE YEAR AWARD: This award is given to an Affiliate who has been a member of the GTR a minimum of three years (including the year nominated). This company or person has been involved in events and activities in the Association (for example: orientation, educational sponsor, event sponsor, etc.) The Awards Committee will review all submissions to select the most deserving recipients. The more submissions the committee has, the better. There are plenty of members deserving of recognition but the committee may not know who they are unless you submit their name for consideration. You can complete the form online at TampaRealtors.org/awards. Submissions are due by Monday, October 15, 2018.
Shannon Damschen (Keller Williams Realty) is the 2018 chair of the Awards Committee.
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10900-009 VDS Tampa Realtor Mag MAR/APRIL 2018 Issue-2-26-18-sa.indd 1
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WHAT IS RCF?
Four corners to a stronger community by Tom Scaglione Over the last 10 years, the REALTORS® Care Foundation of GTR has changed the lives of hunderds of families in the Tampa Bay area through its four key programs that develop stronger communities including: • The First-Time Homebuyer Grant Program, which assists qualified residents of Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Manatee Counties with up to $5,000 for downpayment or closing costs; • Scholarships for students pursuing a degree in real estate • Community development activities such as providing funds for affordable housing programs; and • Disaster relief efforts to support people in impacted areas. RCF is funded by our membership through voluntary donations, fundraising events, affordable housing funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the State of Florida’s specialty homeownership license plate sales, corporate donations, the Affiliates Committee of GTR as well as the Board of Directors of GTR. RCF is very proud to serve the community and looks forward to assisting more of the families, students and needs of our market area through our “Four Corners to a Stronger Community” programming. If you or your company would like to support RCF’s mission, please contact Laura Izzo at Laura@tamparealtors.org for more information on ways you can help. To download the First-Time Homebuyer Grant application or for more comprehensive details on each of the four corners of grants we provide, visit RCFGTR.org or find us on Facebook @RealtorsCareFoundationofGTR. Tom Scaglione (Future Home Realty, Inc.) is the 2018 president of the REALTORS® Care Foundation.
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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.
october 2018 October 2
At Home with Diversity - 7 CE 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. Assess and understand attributes of diversity in local markets and their impact on the real estate industry.
VA Boot Camp - 2 CE 10 A.M. - NOON Become an expert in working with our men and women in uniform and help them realize the dream of home ownership.
Perfect Pricing with Easy, Accurate CMAs from RPR 1:30 - 2:30 P.M. Starting with the AVM or RVM® for a property, you’ll learn how to apply your local market intelligence to refine this starting point with adjustments, addition of home improvement values, subtracting value for needed home improvements, and comparison refinement tools based on market and home conditions.
Property Management Panel of Experts 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. Discuss some of the hot topics related to property management including: growing your business, maintenance, use of the latest technology, illegal activity and reputation management.
RPR Mobile for Smartphones 2 - 3 P.M. Use your phone’s location to instantly view any property nearby or search for properties to find listing, sales, valuation, assessment, deed, foreclosure, school, photos, maps, and market trend information. October 3 Commercial Pitch NOON - 1:30 P.M. Pitch your commercial listings to other agents. October 3 - 4 GRI 301 - It’s More than Just Sales - 11 CE 8:30 A.M. - 6:30 P.M. A two-day course that covers appraising, property management and common ownership and exchanging. October 9 2018 Fall Tech Expo 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. The Expo brings first-rate instructors to one location to enhance your knowledge of the FREE tools available to you!
October 11 Contract Corner: Financing, Inspection and Related Contingencies 9:30 - 11:30 A.M. This session will address some of the more common misconceptions of what happens when someone fails to take action and how that impacts whether the parties will ever get to the closing table. iCE: Introduction to International Real Estate - 2 CE 9:30 - 11:30 A.M. This class is part of the Florida REALTORS® Virtual Campus Series. This is an interactive livestream. October 16 Mastermind Series: Lead Generation 10 - 11:30 A.M. This month’s topic is on lead generation. Tech Talk: High Tech Open House 2 - 4 P.M. Learn how to build open house Facebook events.
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October 17 - 18 GRI 302 - Thinking Outside the Box - 11 CE 8:30 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. October 19 Code of Ethics 12:30 - 3:30 P.M. Must complete by Dec. 31, 2018. October 29 Preparing a Listing Contract 4 CE 8 A.M. - NOON This course is perfect for outlining the various types of listing agreements and the duties of each, identifying the protected classes under the Fair Housing Act, and understanding details about fees. REALTORS® will also learn how to best answer sellers’ questions regarding their proceeds and expenses. If You Can’t List You Can’t Last 3 CE 1 - 4 P.M. This course provides practical listing techniques to list more and list more easily. By following the suggestions in this course, you will accelerate yourself to a “Listing Specialist.” October 30 Foundations of Form Simplicity 2CE 9 - 11 A.M. This class will cover the basics of Form Simplicity: Setting up Preferences; Adding, Editing and Importing Contacts; Creating Folders and Uploading in My Files; Adding, Editing, and Previewing Clauses, Creating Forms Packages and working with the Blank Forms Library.
Discover eSign (Ultimate Edition) 11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. This class will cover the 6 steps to a successful eSign experience. The student will create transactions from Forms Packages. They will learn how to capture signatures online with Form Simplicity’s integrated signature solution. eSign is Secure and Compliant and with the seamlessly integrated templates there’s no need to drag & drop signature blocks. MLS Advantage - 2CE 2:30 - 4:30 P.M. This class will show how the members can supplement their income with MLSAdvantage.
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
CALENDAR COMMITTEE MEETINGS
November 2018 November 5 Ask the Appraiser - Riverview 10 - 11:30 A.M. Ask the Appraiser is an interactive Q&A panel with our real estate appraisers. All questions are supplied by members. If you have any appraisal questions, this is your chance to ask! November 5 - 6 GRI 102 - Starting Your Business - 11 CE 8:30 A.M. - 6 P.M. A two-day course that covers contracts, goal setting and business planning. November 7 Commercial Pitch NOON - 1:30 P.M. Pitch your commercial listings to other agents. November 8 Contract Corner 9:30 -11:30 A.M. Title, Surveys and Default Grow Leads and Increase ROI with RPR 1:30 - 2:30 P.M. Join us to learn how to build a start-to-finish, successful real estate prospecting strategy using RPR’s dynamic data and impressive reports, available only to REALTORS®. Three Ways to Build Listing Inventory with RPR 3 - 4 P.M. Join us to learn how to build a start-to-finish, successful real estate prospecting strategy using RPR’s dynamic data and impressive reports, available only to REALTORS®.
November 9 iCE - Short Sale Essentials - 4 CE 9 A.M. - 1 P.M. This course will show you how to go through the process of the short sale in the safest and most stress free way possible November 12 New Home Construction and Buyer Representation - 7 CE 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. The goal of this course is to help real estate professionals gain the product and transaction knowledge needed in order to guide buyer-clients through the steps and processes for purchase, construction, and customization of a new home. November 13 Run Your Business on Google and the Cloud - 3CE 9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. Learn about all of the free Google tools available to help reduce business operating costs, improve work efficiency and communication, and leverage the Google search engine and advertising network to increase your presence in the marketplace.
Working with Today’s Hyper Connected Consumer - 3CE 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. Understand the changing communication needs of today’s consumers and the tools they are using. November 14 - 15 GRI 101 - REALTORS: Professionalism and the Law 11 CE 8:30 A.M. - 6 P.M. A two-day course that covers professional standards, fair housing and diversity, and law. November 16 Code of Ethics 12:30 - 3:30 P.M. Must complete by Dec. 31, 2018. November 30 Code of Ethics 12:30 - 3:30 P.M. Must complete by Dec. 31, 2018.
Mastermind Series: Lead Generation (Brandon) 10 - 11:30 A.M. This month’s topic is on Lead Generation. What Every REALTOR® Should Know About Home Inspections 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. This class provides a basic understanding of the home inspection process including common defects found during an inspection and four-point, wind mitigation and termite/ WDO inspections.
Affiliates October 3 | November 7 10 - 11 A.M. Appraisers October 8 | November 12 10 - 11 A.M. Board of Directors October 15 | November 19 9:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. Building Committee October 2 | November 6 9:30 - 11:30 A.M. Communications October 11 | November 8 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. Finance October 10 | November 14 1:30 - 3 P.M. Governmental Affairs October 5 | November 2 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. Housing Opportunities October 10 | November 14 9:30 - 10:30 A.M. International Council October 8 | November 12 3 - 4 P.M. Professional Development October 9 | November 13 2:30 - 3:30 P.M. Property Managers October 11 | November 8 11 A.M. - NOON REALTOR®/ Attorney October 4 | November 1 9:30 - 11 A.M. Commerical Alliance October 3 | November 7 10:30 A.M. - NOON REALTORS® PAC October 5 | November 2 10:45 - 11:45 A.M. Technology October 8 | November 12 1:30 - 2:30 P.M.
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.
YPN Advisory Board October 9 | November 13 10 - 11 A.M. View past Board of Directors meeting minutes at TampaRealtors.org/BODtamparealtors.org 31 minutes
New Brokers* & Members
June 20 - August 28, 2018
New members and Affiliates that join after August 28, 2018 will be recognized in the November/December issue. *New brokers are highlighted in yellow. 360 Realty Of Tampa LLC Skipper, Lori
Bungalo Fendley, Hunter
A & M Realty Caraballo, Tabatha Quinones, Iraida
Buy In The Bay Realty Group LLC Preiss, Heidemarie
Acclaim Realty Co. Hardeman, Violet Agent Trust Realty Beeker-Zena, Evelyn Align Right Realty Alves, Junio Barry, Xhanae Blanco, Nelson Caballero, Nancy Cotner, John Epler, Nicholas Hammie, Stephanie I Heredia, Jennifer Houlahan, Kyle Loreus, Gorby Lozano, Ana Palomino, Kaci Rhodes, Stephanie Sanga, Carmelito Schneider, Steven Scott, Marcus Seibel, Robert Valladares, Adamelys Watts, Michael All County Tampa Bay Prop. Mgt Smith, Jerilyn All Ready Property Management Neily, David Allison James Estates & Homes Arevalo, Tonie
C.P.I. Realty of Tampa Bay Inc Orum, Janice Centro Real Estate Izquierdo Jr, Orlando Schembri, George Century 21 Affiliated Corbit, Crystal Capital View Appraisals Martinez, Roy Carrington Real Estate Service Geri, Osnat Century 21 Affiliated Brown, Jessica Heim, Todd P Knaggs LLC, Kelly Thompson, Derek Vicari, Traci Weir, Alexis Williams, Angelica Wrinkle, Gary Century 21 Beggins Enterprises Boehmler, Robert Christman, Celeste Cramer, Tenley Difillipo, Andrea Greaves, Sybil Robles, Marcia White, Lawrence
American Realty Group Somwaru, Brian
Century 21 Elite Locations, Inc. Holas, Donna Johnson, Wendy Nivar, Gabriela
Arvida Realty Services Mitchell, Deborah M
Century 21 Fisher & Assoc. Phillips, Michael
Authority Realty, Inc. Montalvo, Shayla Wall, Jeffrey
Century 21 List With Beggins Anderson, Christopher Baggett, Dana Geary, Kenneth Riveiro, Benjamin
Balseiro & Associates Doerfel, John C
BHHS Florida Realty Moyer, Trude
Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc. Abraham, Charles Anthony Bandur, Michael Bell, Pamela Cesaire, Sandy Driscoll, Kimberly Feliciano, Miguel Giese, Rebecca Hay, Winnett Jones, Derick Linares, Giannina Miu, Maya Palhete, Anthony D Palmer, Nicholle Scott, Pamela Stridiron, Karen Thurston, Robby Whitney, Kevin
Blake Real Esate, Inc. Trout, Megan
Charted Course Realty Group LLC Teng, Hui
Blue Dot Real Estate Tampa LLC Huletz, Edward
Chirino Real Estate Vidal, Alba
Banga Realty Duncan, Nicole Beachfront Realty, Inc. Vazquez, Jose BHHS Florida Properties Group Arce, Andres Babich III, Joseph Diaz Delucca, Miguel Hock, Darcy Rich, Kathleen Romero, Michelle Smith, Sean Taylor, Verleseia Washington, Tyler
Bulls Realty LLC Aviles, Hector DeSantis, Christina Vrabel, Tracy
CityWorth Properties LLC Fox, Reagan Heath, Colin Linde, Ryan
TAMPA REALTOR® • September - October 2018
Coldwell Banker Residential Bogdan, Alexandru Eaves, Doris Friedland, Francie Gearig, Andrew Hankin, Andrew Hunsberger, Dona Klicker, Peter Lancaster, Shandi Mann, Shenita Meloni PA, Jamie Morfesi, Michelle Nuzum, Yolanda J Sams, Darrick Smith, Karen Summers, Elisa Van Pelt, Zane Wheel, Stephanie CONSULT REALTY & MANAGEMENT Bolanos, Keren Brito, Jessica Lopez, Milagro Cornerstone Prop. International Woodard, Michelle ECO Green Realty LLC Fontanez, Edgar Enterprise Realty Services LLC Alvarez, Isarys Cardentey, Hector EquityPro Tampa Bay LLC Clagett, Kari Excel Realty Of Florida Fernandez, Tanya Exceptional Real Estate LLC Estey, Alice Exit Bayshore Realty Farago, Rosemarie Johnson, David Johnson, Vynesha Johnson, Wanda D Pickett, Roosevelt Delaney Richter, Steven Vazquez, Jennifer Wilson, Kathy Exit Elite Realty Peebles, Danyelle EXP Realty, LLC Damianov, Stefan Hernandez, Yeyny Moronta, Ramon EZ Choice Realty Malloy, Daysi Fathom Realty FL LLC Soto, Jessenia Fireside Real Estate Monsipapa, Nancy Florida Executive Realty Garnelo, Yonathan Jehu Loyd, Connor Florida Homes Realty & Mortgage Guinn, Anthony Florida Luxury Realty Haff, Donna Prudhomme, Sterling Florida Real Estate Fink, Traci Florida Realty Ludwig, Ericka
Future Home Realty Inc. Golden, Alexandra Kolovos, Demetrios Lyon, Silvia Mason III, Willie R McAuley, Hailey Triguero, Gumersindo Goal Properties Gonzalez, Giancarlo R Gordon & Associates Realty Fonseca, Ernie Hohman Homes LLC Guy, Justin Home Locators Inc. Prohens, Corry Home River Group Lewis, Karrie HomeProp Welch, Stephen Homes By West Bay Realty Litton, Michael Homeward Real Estate Trujillo, Maria Homexpress Realty, Inc. Hess, Xiomara HOMM Real Estate Services Almy, Sara Ibero Property Management Corp Laboy, Luis Jacob Real Estate Services, Inc. Cannella, Deana Jacob, Kathleen JPT Realty LLC Gomez Portela, Norescy Lorente Soroa, Meibys Mojarrieta, Otniel Perez, Greter Torres, Joselin JRAC Realty, LLC Potter, Matthew Keller Williams - New Tampa Abad, Felicia Cochran, Charlotte Giles, Gwen Hernandez, Luz Holm, Kristina Jocirin, Emmanuel Johnson, Alvin Jones, Naylibeth Joseph, Amanda Long, Laura Mosley, Jacquelyn Murphy, Patricia Perez, Edward Purvis, Phyllis Rivera, Javier Shampine, Tatum Stovall, ShaTalla Keller Williams Realty Adkins, Brittany Alfano, Marc Calloway, Cheryl Davis, James Dow Harris, Terry Fezy, John Fleming, Donna Frankman, Kelly Gutierrez Bouza, Roberto Herron, Lashaun Herring, Sonya
WELCOME Hoban, Jennifer Lawton, Kinsey Lee, Kari Leinweber, Melissa Pretto, Deudalee Mathews, Ursula Mauzy, Kelly Simon, Debra Venice, Jaime Keller Williams Realty S. Shore Fenton, Heidi Hart, Michelle Johnson, Karn MacQuarrie, Laurel Merino Castillo, Hugo Prebich, Courtney Rondinelli, Rosa Vargas, Stephanie Westlund, Dustin White, Jerome Keller Williams South Tampa Buck, Donald Cannet, Maylin Aragon Causey, Garrett Deer, Alicia Grenier, Melanie Hanley, Jr., Arthur Harder, Joan Kempf, Darren Martin, Douglas Martin, Lori A McQuade, Linda Reed, Regan Swoboda, Lauren Tabares, Jeffrey Westermark-Dhaliwal, Emma Keller Williams Tampa Central Austin, Tara Campillo, Lucien George, Caleb Hinder, Rachel Martin, Angela Ramentol Sanchez, Amaraida Ratzlaff, Justin Wilson, Joseph Keller Williams Tampa Prop. Alfred, Tequila Bedoya, Crysteen Benzion, Giselle Brown, Ashleigh Calvo, Denise Cordova, William DeLaRosa, Larry Downing, Kelly Eguia Villegas, Paulina Harrison, Oscar Jones, Shareka Lee, Stephanie Mance, Karl Mendez, Marc Moss, Donald Moton, Gabriel Penney, Jennifer Perkins, Herbert Radwan-Nabali, Angel Rice, Nicholas Rizzuto, Emanuele Rodriguez, Christian Spann, Eboni Valcin, Nathalie Keller Williams-Plant City Browning, Cassandra Key Realty Florida Inc. Murray, John Kings Realty & Property Mgmt. Quinto, Joseph A Restrepo, Andrew La Rosa Realty, LLC Echezabal Blanco, Norlan Luna, Ramon Martinez, Jessica Valdovinos, Silvia
Walden, Malkia Lennar Realty Harris, Bill Lion’s Group Realty, LLC Bustos, Alexandra Listed.Com, Inc. Rojas, Frances Inez Local Real Estate Co. Prakas, Charles Lombardo Team Real Estate LLC Arcangel, Heather Armouche, Rayan Odegaard, Britni Williams, Monique LUGO REALTY & ASSOCIATES, LLC Castro, Jorge Martinez 2 & Associates of Florida Flores, Adriel Maven Estates, LLC Baez, Kerry MavRealty Johnson, Micah McBride Kelly & Associates Avitabile Muller, Rossella Dulay, Alexander Fisher, Dawn Hood, Shane Melange Real Estate, Inc. Davis, Jeong AE Williamson, Lauren MIHARA & ASSOCIATES INC. Knetsch, Kenneth Romo, Alexandria MVP Realty Associates Lopez, Sarah Next Den Realty Yotte-Johnson, Zilma O-Luxury Realty LLC Spencer, Orlando Out Fast Realty & Investments LLC Wagman, Michael Owners.com Clark, John Lander, Terisue Palermo Real Estate Prof. Inc. Darnell, Charlotte Cone Roberts, Taryn Palm Island Realty Gidel, Jacquelyn Jaramillo, Maggie People’s Choice Realty Svc LLC Buitrago, Nohora DePasquale LLC, Jessica Hiebert, Joshua Hudson, Erin O’Connell-Rubin, Kristen Pothapu, Sureka Reyes, Kay Stonebraker, Susan Pineywoods Realty LLC Acito, Stephanie Gass, Aubree Knight, Matthew Sexton, Joshua Platinum MVP Realty Bradley, Kristyn Premier Realty of Tampa Adams, Donald Churchill, Daniel Hodges, LaWanda Neyra, Jesus Strano, Jennifer Pristine Florida Properties Bachmann, Eric
Progress Residential Prop Morrow, Frankie Rowe, Caleb Young, Diana Quicksilver Real Estate Group Dasrat, Chandra Waite Dunlap, John Morris, John M York, Stephen RE/MAX Bay to Bay Charles, Mannika Rodriguez Almonte, Raquel RE/MAX Bayside Realty LLC Pharr, Sharon Prebich, Michelle RE/MAX Dynamic Allen, Kimberly Kay Ligon, Nathaniel RE/MAX Elite Realty Johncola, Michelle RE/MAX Premier Group Mishur, Jay Nail, Lisa RE/MAX Realtec Group Lodato, Derek RE/MAX Realty Unlimited Saltzberg, Steven Real Estate Gurus Holt, Brian Real Living Casa Fina Realty Montanus, Todd Realnet Florida Real Estate Gnann, Jill Realty One Group Advantage Bagnoli, Pedro Parsons, Paul Realty Partners Morris, Trista Realvest Florida LLC Jorgensen, Brad RedFin Corporation Noriega, Michael Christopher Rehmeyer, Richard Rent It Network Gatti, Katrina Residential Connections Edwards, Noah Robert Slack Fine Homes LLC Green III, Eric Verbel, Cesar
Houk, Laura Lopez, Angela Signature Realty Associates Cobelo, Meghan Johnson, Faith Rego, Donna Santucci, Kimberly Sullivan, Susan Simply Sold Properties Inc Powers, Mark Smith & Associates Real Estate Goldman, Jared Paul, Cara SmithJoy Realty Bowrey, Kerisha Sole Proprieter McCuen, Peter Star Bay Realty Corp. Beltran, Hernan Polm, Susan Zang, Larry W Stofel & Associates Realty Miller, Kayla Sun Realty Of Florida Inc. Khalel, Alexandra Sherrod, Julian TAM BAY REALTY LLC Ho, Minh Tampa Bay Premier Realty Allen, Cheryl Ann Tampa Bay Real Estate Place Houston, Christina Tampa Bay Realty & Investment Group Dera, Kenson The Basel House Diaz, Jorge The Main Real Estate Center Coss, Diana The Basel House Diaz, Jorge The Main Real Estate Center Coss, Diana Tomlin, St Cyr & Associates LLC Ness, Brenda Vencorp Real Estate Guedez, Miguel Vitis Realty Bruss, Amber
Roost Realty Inc. Webb, Ernest S
Weichert Realtors Yates& Assoc. Sylvester, Holly
Rosa Leon Realty LLC Perez Suarez, Esteban Ramos Castell, Yenisleidy
Weichert Realtors-Brandon Realty Greene, Jennifer Thomas, Ruby
Sailwinds Realty Labbancz, William
World Impact Real Estate Tampa Bay Alfano, Michael
Sam Cook, REALTOR® Cook, Jr., Samuel
Unknown Firm Chery, Chloe Kiger, Arika Lovelady, Christopher Rose, Brittany Sivva, Madhusudan Solis, Tammy
Sand Dollar Realty Group France, Heidi Navarro, Kelly Schmidt Real Estate, Inc. Schmidt, Adam Second Avenue Realty Florida Donahue, Monica Maron, Tiffany A SellState Legacy Realty Humbles, Michelle Rodriguez, Austin Wight, Lindsey SellState Millennium Realty Boruta, Paul
1st Annual YPN Blue Party On September 13, the Young Professionals Network of GTR hosted the first-ever Blue Party at Jackson’s Bistro. Over 100 attendees enjoyed music, food and drinks, all while raising money for Solita’s House, YPN’s charity of the year. Former Tampa Bay Buccanneer Frank Murphy spoke about finding your “why” in life and how to make an impact on the next generation.
TAMPA REALTOR® • September - October 2018
Canadian Consul Breakfast On September 11, the Tampa Bay International Real Estate Council hosted a breakfast at the Godfrey Hotel featuring Susan Harper, Consul General of Canada in Miami and Maria Grulich, director of global business at Florida REALTORS®. Attendees learned about trade and Canada’s impact on Florida’s economy.
TAMPA REALTOR® • September - October 2018
TBIREC Meet & Greet: Japan On September 11, the Tampa Bay International Real Estate Council hosted a Meet & Greet event featuring Dr. Livia Kohn, professor emerita of Religion and East Asian studies at Boston University, who spoke on Japanese culture. Attendees were also treated to Japanese appetizers and Sake punch.
TAMPA REALTOR® • September - October 2018
making a difference
Affiliates Raise Funds and Collect School Supplies BRIDGET JENKINS WILSON 2018 Affiliates Chair
Happy Fall Affiliate Members! We are re-energizing our membership and causes as being a part of the Greater Tampa REALTORS®. We had our Party with a Purpose in August and the children from A Kid’s Place Tampa Bay were blessed with a HUGE school supply donation brought in by our sponsors, especially the Women’s Council of REALTORS®. More than $600 was raised at this event for the REALTORS® Care Foundation. Thank you, Marie Combs of Hillsborough Title for your tireless effort and creation of our Parties with A Purpose. A huge thank you to our sponsors of the evening: • • • • • • • • •
KB Home Mason Title & Escrow Company Sapphire Title & Escrow Company AB Capital Suncoast Credit Union Pro-Motions PLUS Veterans United Home Loans Hillsborough Title Riverview Mortgage Women’s Council of REALTORS®
Caliber Home Loans Riverview Mortgage
The 107th Installation Banquet for the 2019 president and board of directors is coming up and there is a limited number of sponsorship opportunities available. Contact Meredith Bellanca at Meredith@ TampaRealtors.org to sign up. It will be a fabulous event at Armature Works in the historic Tampa Heights neighborhood on Thursday, December 6. If you are not able to sponsor, you can always buy a ticket and come support the leadership of Greater Tampa REALTORS®. This is an event you don’t want to miss as an Affiliate Business Partner. See you at our meeting on the second Wednesday of the month where you can learn more about getting involved at GTR and signing up for committees. And remember, you only get out of your membership what you put into it. See you all soon!
Welcome New Affiliate Business Partners! Joined between June 20 - August 28, 2018 Attention To Detail Home Inspections Representative: Steven Milek
GrandOnePhoto Representative: Christian Del Grande
Salty Dog Inspection Services Representative: David Brown
Beryl Project Engineering Representative: Dexter Barge, Jr.
Great Florida Insurance Representative: Chris Deptula
Servpro of Tarpon/West Tampa Representative: Michael Perez
BLT Inspections Representative: Justin McConnell
HelloAlex Representatives: Nick Bonanno, Dave Fulk
Suncoast Credit Union Representatives: Xiomara Mewa, Aida Rizo
Eagle Home Mortgage Representative: Barry McNab
loanDepot Representative: Sharron Mann
Tampa Bay Plumbers LLC Representative: Logan Catt
Embrace Home Loans Representative: Tom White
Majesty Title Services, LLC Representative: Kim Miller
Vandyk Mortgage Representative: Cara Manter
First Class Grass Representative: Neil Allen
North American Title Co. Representative: Deborah Prescott
June 20 - August 28, 2018
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: KB Home, Embrace Home Loans and Tampa Bay Plumbers LLC and our Silver Affiliate Partners: HouseMaster Home Inspections, eMortgage Management, Complete Home Inspection Services, Wells Fargo Mortgage, Old Republic Exchange and Absolute Home Mortgage. Gold Partners are highlighted in yellow.
Old Republic Exchange Company Janet Schaum 1410 N Westshore Blvd., Ste. 800 Tampa, Florida 33607
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Air Conditioning & Heating/ Air Quality Ierna’s Heating & Cooling Julie Rinaldi 18843 US Highway 41 N Lutz, Florida 33549
Bay Area Real Estate Council Michael Boutzoukas 11812 N. 56 St. Temple Terrace, Florida 33617
Brown & Associates Law & Title PA Barbara Brown 11373 Countryway Blvd Tampa, Florida 33626
John Neil Redding P.A. John Redding 230 East Davis BLVD Suite 210 Tampa, Florida 33606
LegalShield Paul Mathurin 4521 Worcester Road Sarasota, Florida 34231
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813-948-6355 | www.iernaair.com TampaBayMold.net David Koerner 550 N Reo St Suite 300 Tampa, Florida 33609
Silver Partners are highlighted in silver.
KB Home Ben Campbell 4105 Crescent Park Dr. Riverview, Florida 33578
Gilbert Garcia Group, P.A. Michelle Gilbert 2313 W. Violet St Tampa, Florida 33603
813-443-5087 | gilbertgrouplaw.com Hale Messina Law Mercedes Gonzalez Hale 2418 Cypress Glen Drive Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544
Lennar Homes Jaime Venerio 4600 W. Cypress St Suite 200 Tampa, Florida 33607
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Design & Construction Innovations Roberto Saez 19337 Shumard Oak Dr., Suite 101 Land O’ Lakes, Florida 34638
Navy Federal Credit Union Nina Botello 4538 S Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, Florida 33611
MidFlorida Credit Union Jordan Tucker 20401 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa, Florida 33647
Holiday Builders Cheryl McCormick Brown 2293 W Eau Gallie Blvd Melbourne, Florida 32935
Suncoast Credit Union Mona Russell 6801 E. Hillsborough Ave Tampa, Florida 33610
MoneyCorp Ligia Root 7380 W. Sand Lake Rd, Suite 410 Orlando, Florida 32819
813-895-8133 | www.dcinnovations.net
Cleaning/Restoration Servpro of Tarpon/West Tampa Brad Carter 261 Douglas Road E Oldsmar, Florida 34677
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Commission Advances Commission Express of West Florida Jason Musinger 429 North Barfield Drive Marco Island, Florida 34145
888-223-5755 | commissionexpress.com
Credit Unions Grow Financial FCU Ed Maag 9927 Delaney Lake Drive Tampa, Florida 33619
877-573-2324 | www.navyfederal.org
813-621-7511 | suncoastcreditunion.com
Estate Sale Everything But the House Renee Brunelle 3904 Corporex Park Drive Ste 110 Tampa, Florida 33619
Financial Services BB&T Debbie Kampel 35098 US Hwy 19 N Palm Harbor, Florida 34684
Housing Finance Authority Mark Hendrickson 601 E Kennedy Blvd 27th Floor Tampa, Florida 33602
813-386-4201 | midflorida.com
Tampa Tax Coach Doug Sutton 112 W. Prince St. Tampa, Florida 33612
813-931-8285 | tampataxcoach.com Tax Care Marco Alfaro 730 South Sterling Ave, Ste 205 Tampa, Florida 33609
Flooring Riterug Flooring Realtor Wholesale Mobile Direct James Garrison 4701 E Acline Dr, Ste 250 Tampa, Florida 33605
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Area Inspections Maintenance Management (AIMM) Stephen Hill 23651 Viento Dr Land O’ Lakes, Florida 34639
Complete Home Inspection Services Albert Cooke
813-279-5440 | aimmhomeinspect.com
1-Inspector Robert A Blobner 1902 Cattleman Drive Brandon, Florida 33511
Attention To Detail Home Inspections Steven Milek 31530 Marchester Drive Wesley Chapel, Florida 33543
813-469-1788 | atd-homeinspections.com
AA Pro Inspections, LLC Jeffrey Conwell 4521 Swift Circle Valrico, Florida 33596
813-504-2710 | aaproinspections.net A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections Richard Fuechslin 5944 Watercolor Dr Lithia, Florida 33547
813-445-3431 | abuyerschoicetampa.com AcuSystem Home Inspections David Gonzalez 5668 Fishhawk Crossing Blvd., Ste 120 Lithia, Florida 33547
813-361-8802 | goacusystem.com AmeriSpec Inspection Services Justin Guzman P.O. Box 3393 Apollo Beach, Florida 33572
813-442-1080 | amerispechillsborough.com
Beryl Project Engineering Richard Leo Cannyn 2816 N 10th St Tampa, Florida 33605
813-616-3301 | berylprojectengineering.com Best Home Inspection Richard A Yelton 23086 Madelyn AVE Port Charlotte, Florida 33954
Barmes Enterprises, Inc. Ric Barmes 4409 Loma Vista Dr Valrico, Florida 33596
BLT Inspections Brandon Testone 2806 Pine Club Dr Plant City, Florida 33566
813-777-9848 | www.bltinspections.com
Bayshore House Inspections Andrew Cunningham 3008 W. Fair Oaks Ave Tampa, Florida 33611
Buyers Protection Group Randy Noon 15108 Princewood Lane Land O’Lakes, Florida 34638
Bay to Bay Home Inspections Robert E Rush 8312-1 Manor Club Circle Tampa, Florida 33647
Bay Area Home Inspections LLC Shane Dollman 4612 South Lois Ave Tampa, Florida 33611
352-428-1833 | www.bpginspections.com Elite Level Home Inspection Ryan Bunker P.O. BOX 2073 Riverview, Florida 33569
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TAMPA REALTOR® • September - October 2018
Florida Building Inspection Gr Dustie Amatangelo 333. N Falkenburg Rd., Ste. B214 Tampa, Florida 33578
Home Inspection Professionals, Inc. Anthony Galvez 4508 Castaway Drive #3 Tampa, Florida 33615
Pillar to Post Home Inspections Kathleen Reed 303 Tighe Ave Seffner, Florida 33584
Florida Certified Home Inspections Whitney Ogden 612 Florida Circle South Apollo Beach, Florida 33572
Jimenez Inspections, LLC Jorge Jimenez 3833 S Lake Dr, Unit 207 Tampa, Florida 33614
Properly Inspected Jorge Menendez 318 Country Club Dr Oldsmar, Florida 33677
Florida Superior Inspections Stephan A Warner 18331 Coqui CT Odessa, Florida 33556
JV Home Inspections Jaime Abreu 6006 W Clifton St Tampa, Florida 33634
Properties Analytics Home Inspections Diego Lopez 1971 W LUMSDEN RD #157 Brandon, Florida 33511
Get the Facts Home Inspection Joe Svehla 867 W Bloomingdale NO. 6118 Brandon, Florida 33508
Glisson Inspection Timothy Glisson 2424 W. Prospect RD Tampa, Florida 33629
Keen Inspections Jason Keen 7811 Reflection Cove Dr Fort Myers, Florida 33907
Longo Inspection Services, LLC George Longo 12153 N Dale Mabry Ste 200 Tampa, Florida 33618
813-618-8393 | longoinspects.com McLafferty Property Inspections, LLC Kevin McLafferty 4435 Mohican Trail Valrico, Florida 33594
813-781-6229 | propertiesanalytics.com 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
Salty Dog Inspection Services David Brown 7740 N. Mobley Rd Odessa, Florida 33556
813-727-7055 | Saltydoginspections.com
Home Inspector Professor Orlando Mora 15116 Heronglen Dr Lithia, Florida 33547
Mena Home Inspections Jasiel Mena 12419 Cardiff Drive Tampa, Florida 33625
SIM Home Inspection Pablo Izaguirre 7853 Gunn Hwy #235 Tampa, Florida 33626
HomeTeam Inspection Svc. Mitchell H Rothenberg 720 E. Fletcher Ave., Ste. 105 Tampa, Florida 33612
My Florida Home Inspections Anthony Miller 630 E Thelma st Lake Alfred , Florida 33850
SPS Home Inspections LLC Scott Surridge 6648 Thackston Dr Riverview, Florida 33578
Omni Inspection Services, LLC Matt McArty 404 Havenwood Way Valrico, Florida 33594
TechPro Home Inspections Ian Kessler 12218 Garden Lake Circle Odessa, Florida 33556
Home Inspections Consultants, Inc. Michel Perez 7911 Northbridge Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33615
Home Insights LLC Riley Tucker 3909 Butternut Ct Brandon, Florida 33511
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Veteranâ€™s Inspection Service Scott Morin 6580 72nd Avenue North Pinellas Park, Florida 33781
Willson Home Inspection Inc. Taylor Willson 7324 Kingsbury Circle Tampa, Florida 33610
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 Homee On-Demand Carol Toffolon 1413 W Howard Avenue Tampa, Florida 33606
813-362-8404 | homeeonedemand.com Utility Helpers Jonathan Brown 405 S Dale Mabry HWY Suite 201 Tampa, Florida 33609
813-291-3600 | utilityhelpers.com
Home Warranty Home Warranty of America Laura Vetter P.O. Box 850 Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069
888-492-7359 | hwahomewarranty.com First American Home Warranty Stephanie Shaughnessy 8709 Spruce Hills Ct. Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34202
Old Republic Home Protection Brian Brown P.O. Box 375 Ellenton, Florida 34222
800-282-7131 | myorhp.com/brianbrown
Insurance A B Capital Group Aaron Weber 1408 Westshore Blvd NO. 708 Tampa, Florida 33607
813-262-0059 | abcapitalgroup.com Artisan Insurance Group Richard Vazquez 601 Lithia Pinecrest RD Brandon, Florida 33511
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Interior Design/Home Staging InStyle Home Interiors Diane Howard 27220 Hawks Nest Circle Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544
813-778-2554 | InStyleHomeInteriors.com Miller Staging Jan Miller 4901 South Quincy St Tampa, Florida 33611
813-831-2796 | millerstagingtampabay.com
Lawn Care/Landscaping First Class Grass Neil Allen 37201 Clinton Ave Dade City, Florida 33525
727-415-0739 | firstclassgrasscare.com
Locksmith Services Rekey My Lock LLC Tony Arndt 28533 Rice Rd. San Antonio, Florida 33576
Marketing/Web Design Tampa Bay Times Jackie Davidson 490 1st Avenue S. St. Petersburg, Florida 33701
HelloAlex Dave Fulk 13580 Luxe Ave #302 Bradenton, Florida 34211
888-521-7480 | helloalex.io
Mortgage Services Embrace Home Loans Matthew LaPorta 16590 N Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, Florida 33618
Absolute Home Mortgage Corp George Dudley 5110 Eisenhower Blvd, Ste 150 Tampa, FL 33634
813-257-9033 |www.ahmcloans.com eMortgage Management Scott Pendleton 13053 W Linebaugh Ave., Ste. 102 Tampa, FL 33626
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Jennifer Jones 5959 Central Ave NO. 105 St.Petersburg, FL 33710
All Western Mortgage Day Acosta 100 Corey Avenue, Ste 200 St. Pete Beach, Florida 33706
Atlantic Coast Bank Susan Maurer 107 Hampton Rd, Suite 190 Clearwater, Florida 33759
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Bay Equity Home Loans Robert Paredes 5401 Kennedy Blvd., Ste 100 Tampa, Florida 33609
Home Loans By U, Inc. William Pinnick 4021 N Armenia AVE., Ste. 102 Tampa, Florida 33607
SecurityNational Mortgage Company Nathaniel Bittman 3689 Tampa Rd. Suite 330 Oldsmar, Florida 34677
Caliber Home Loans Kenny Schaaf 6037 Winthrop Commerce Ave. Riverview, Florida 33578
Homeowners Financial Group Humberto Avila 4010 Boyscout Blvd #175 Tampa, Florida 33607
Southern Trust Mortgage Kelly Morgan 4433 Corporation Lane, Suite 300 Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462
813-394-0764 | KennySchaaf.com CharterStone Mortgage David Barrett 15310 Amberly Dr Suite 250 Tampa, Florida 33647
844-770-7400 | charterstonemortgage.com CMG Financial Marcus Aguiar 4200 W Cypress Street, Suite 490 Tampa, Florida 33607
CrossCountry Mortgage, Inc. John Woodcox 301 N Cattlemen Rd., Suite 101 Sarasota, Florida 34232
941-413-8881 | http://jwlending.com Eagle Home Mortgage Barry McNab 15550 lightwave Dr Ste 200 Clearwater, Florida 33760
813-875-4528 | HomeLoansByU.com
loanDepot Deb Elfrink 2111 W Swann Ave Ste. 200 Tampa, Florida 33606
727-409-2100 | www.loandepot.com New American Funding Juan Gonzalez Veguilla 10150 Highland Manor Dr Ste 230 Tampa, Florida 33610
800-450-2010 | newamericanfunding.com
Paramount Residential Mortgage Group Inc. Francine Villa 10200 W. State Road 84, Suite 107 Davie, Florida 33324
Veteran’s United Home Loans Cindy Tolster 3686 West Gandy Blvd Tampa, Florida 33611
Retirement Funding Solutions Chris Bruser 468 Bosphorous Ave. Tampa, Florida 33606 www.rfslends.com/chris-bruser-floridareverse-mortgage
Riverview Mortgage Jennifer Weil 11256 Boyette RD Riverview, Florida 33569
813-343-0110 | riverviewmortgage.com Seacoast Bank Megan Martinez 401 S Florida Ave, Ste 100 Tampa, Florida 33602
813-418-3018 | seacoastbank.com
The Mortgage Firm Tampa Patrick Storch 8471 W Linebaugh Ave Tampa, Florida 33625
727-395-9095 | vandykfl.com
941-714-3393 | hancockwhitney.com
First Secuirty Mortgage Tonya Morningstar 13915 Carrollwood Village Run Tampa, Florida 33618
Hancock Whitney Bank Mike Rahn 2202 N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 110 Tampa, Florida 33607
Suarez Home & Finance Corp. Chris Suarez 3087 Anderson Snow Rd Spring Hill, Florida 34609
Vandyk Mortgage Mike Bishop 13577 Feathersound Dr Clearwater, Florida 33762
813-598-0844 | www.prmg.net
813-264-6606 | firstsecuritymtg.com
757-518-0700 | southerntrust.com
NewLife Mortgage Aileen Finch 14074 Trade Center Drive #246 Fishers, Indiana 46037
Farm Credit Of Central Florida Gayle Yanes 2301 Thonotosassa RD Plant City, Florida 33563
813-764-9741 | farmcreditcfl.com
TAMPA REALTOR® • September - October 2018
Office Space Rental Suites @ Madison Eric Odum 412 E Madison St #1206 Tampa, Florida 33602
813-345-2828 | Downtowntampaoffice.com
Pest Control Hughes Exterminators Audra Snyder 5325 Kelly Rd Tampa, FL 33615
813-884-1555 | hughes-exterminators.com
Green Image Services LLC Romay Venta 3416 W Palmetto St Tampa, FL 33607
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