On May 31st The Whitman County Association of Realtors was represented by four Whitman County agents during a Pullman based meeting with Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers. During this “Coffee with Cathy” opportunity Amy Honeywell (Coldwell Banker Tomlinson), Ashley Alred (RE/MAX Home and Land), Connie Newman (Coldwell Banker Tomlinson) and Tammy Lewis (Team Washington Real Estate) were able to discuss a number of issues with local residents, sharing their input on topics they find important. Topics included healthcare, economic development, transportation, and regulations. It was a productive conversation in a round table format, where everyone had the opportunity to share a question or two with the Congresswoman.
Monday April 24 3-7 pm City Hall
Tuesday April 25 3-7 pm Brelsford WSU Visitor Center
Thursday April 27th 3-7 pm Room 211 Gladish Community Center
April 12-14 is the Washington Realtors Spring Conference.
Your 2 directors Jacob Davis and Joe Pitzer will be attending and voting on this sessions main topics. Including 2018 Candidates.
Dr. Aleksandar Velkoski, Data Scientist, National Association of REALTORS® will be a Special Guest Speaker.
We wish luck to Lynn Kramer, Whitman County Realtor of the Year on her bid for Washington State Realtor of the Year.
The CE Shop has a regular promotion every month (usually 20% off) but they will also do flash sales only good for that day. Be sure to check our education page when price shopping for your continuing education needs.
Buy the class during the sale and take up to a year to complete the course.
RPAC fundraiser, move the castle, with Jacob T Davis incoming president for Whitman County Assiciation of Realtors.
In a recent RPAC fundraiser spearheaded by the Whitman County Association of Realtors, the group had to make a significant contribution to get the castle moved from their office to another brokerage.
The Whitman County Association of Realtors has been helping with a recent Habitat for Humanity Build. The build, which is going on in Moscow is designed to help a family get into a home that otherwise would not be able to. Volunteers helped bring food, snacks and even swung a hammer to help the organization.