The Southside Virginia Association of REALTORS® is a professional organization dedicated to promoting excellence in real estate business practices and advocating on behalf of the interests of private property owners.
Our mission is to be the voice for real estate in Southside Virginia and enhance our members' ability to be respected professionals. Through our educational and informational endeavors we foster career advancement, real estate best practices, and enforcement of the Code of Ethics promulgated by the National Association of REALTORS®.
Tickets may be purchased from SVAR for $55 each through March 6. Tickets previously purchased still apply.
For tickets, contact Tomesha Mabry at SVAR at 804-520-4496 or firstname.lastname@example.org,
or visit SVAR headquarters.
Right about now—when we're feeling the bite of winter's chill—a steaming bowl of soup sounds pretty good, right? SVAR members, working to help Rebuilding Together Tri-Cities (RTTC), assisting by serving up heaping helpings of the good stuff at Boulevard Flowers while raising money for RTTC and the Campaign for Legal Aid Services on Feb. 8. Giving their time to these deserving organizations were SVAR's new Community Involvement Committee and their supporters. Judges' Winners: Saucy's Walk-Up, 1st place; The Brickhouse Run, 2nd place; and Old Towne's Alibi, 3rd place. People's Choice: Wabi Sabi, 1st place; Demolition Coffee, 2nd place; and Saucy's Walk-Up, 3rd place. The best marketed table was Arcangels Creations. See you at Souper Bowl IV, and thank you, SVAR, for coming out to show your support.
Be on guard for this person: Female agents from both SVAR and RAR are being contacted by a man (with his caller ID marked as "private") who is very persistent about being shown properties late at night. He refuses to meet during the day or in a public location or office. Please use caution and trust your instincts. Now's a good time to review REALTOR® safety tips. SVAR President David Patsel shares immportant information and safety tips in this WRIC-TV interview.
Real estate professionals deal with large sums of money on a routine basis and, just like retailers, they can get hacked, too. Here are some online safety tips to keep in mind to protect your livelihood and bank account.
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