Supra is excited to share another new video with you — a how-to video for Showing Notes.
Important — To set up a showing note in SupraWEB:
- The MLS must be sending listing information to Supra
- The listing must be assigned to a keybox
- The agent must be the primary agent on the listing
Watch the video below to learn how to use this helpful Supra feature!
Join us for an informative conversation with the Whitman County Health Department on On-Site Sewage System (OSS) Rule Revisions!
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
11:30AM – 1:00PM
Lunch will be provided
SEL Event Center
1825 Schweitzer Drive, Pullman, WA 99163
Changes to local management plan requirements are coming and include:
- Maintaining an inventory of all OSS systems within the jurisdiction;
- Identifying areas where OSS could pose a public health risk;
- Enforcing OSS owner permit application, operation and maintenance and failure repair requirements;
- Property transfer inspections of the OSS at the time of sale.
These changes will affect your clients and impact your point of sale so be sure to attend this informative meeting!
The Whitman County Association of Realtors® (WCAR) is proud to announce the endorsements of the following candidates for the 2019 Elections:
(Pullman City Council, At-Large)
Francis Benjamin has lived in the Quad Cities most of his life and has lived in Pullman since 1985. Together in Pullman, he and his wife Heidi raised three children who are now pursuing careers in health care and the military. Francis graduated from both Washington State University (WSU) and the University of Idaho. He has worked at WSU for more than 30 years —engaging his engineering, psychology, theology, and political science degrees to design psychological research experiments which answer relevant complex questions and advance information technology. He also teaches real estate and mentors entrepreneurs. Francis served on Pullman City Council from 2003 to 2015 —where he specialized in economic development— and is former president of the Association of Washington Cities. He is active in the Pullman community and currently co-chairs the Pullman 2040 initiative.
(Pullman City Council, Ward 1)
Chris S. Johnson is the Director of Finance (CFO) for the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences at Washington State University (WSU). Before coming to WSU, he worked in the port industry for more than 7 years as a Deputy Executive Director and CFO. After completing his MBA, he worked more than 8 years for the Washington State Auditor’s Office (SAO) in various roles including: Auditor, Lead Auditor, Assistant Audit Manager, Washington State Higher Education Coordinator, and Regional Audit Manager. Simultaneously to working for SAO, Chris was an adjunct professor at Western Washington University (WWU) teaching Business Management & Organizational Behavior for several years. He received his MBA from WWU and a BA in German (with a minor in International Relations) from Brigham Young University, and he completed the Executive Leadership Program at the University of Washington in 2012. Chris has been married to the love of his life Lisa for 27 years and they have four daughters. He currently serves as a WSU Student Conduct Advisor.