Help members get the recognition they deserve
10/10/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
The Texas Association of REALTORS® bestows several awards in the below categories each year. The nomination deadline for awards is Dec. 2, 2016, except as noted. Some nominations must be made by associations; others can come from any source. Visit texasrealestate.com/awards for nomination instructions and more information.
The REALTOR® of the Year Award is given to a Texas REALTOR® who has made outstanding contributions to the industry during the past 10 years through involvement at the national, state, and local levels.
The Texas REALTOR® Hero Award goes to a REALTOR® who has demonstrated outstanding community service related to promoting and advancing homeownership.
Local association leadership
The Tom D. Morton Award is given to an association executive for excellence, service to members, and personal and professional accomplishments.
Governmental Affairs excellence
The Texas REALTOR® Strike Force Award (deadline: January 20, 2017) is given to REALTORS® who have exhibited dedication to TAR grassroots activities. The Governmental Affairs Outstanding Achievement Award (deadline: January 13, 2017) is presented to a local REALTOR® association that’s demonstrated excellence in fundraising, grassroots involvement, and other initiatives.
Advancements in member education
The Educator of the Year Award recognizes an instructor who's made significant contributions to real estate education in Texas, while the Education Programs of the Year Awards honor local associations for their efforts to meet members' needs and increase professionalism in the industry.
The William C. Jennings Award (deadline: Jan. 10, 2017) recognizes the year’s outstanding effort in commercial brokerage.
Service to the REALTOR® organization
Induction into the Omega Tau Rho fraternity is granted by state and local associations to members who have shown exemplary dedication and service to the REALTOR® organization.
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