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2017 NKAR & NKMLS OFFICERS

 

CONGRATULATIONS to the Officers for NKAR and NKMLS for 2017!

NKAR

 President – John Vince, Hand in Hand Realty

President-Elect – Jeannie McKinley, Coldwell Banker West Shell

Treasurer – Bill Hauser, Century 21 Gold Service

NKMLS

President – Marcie Rottinghaus, Sibcy Cline REALTORS® Campbell County

President-Elect – Rob Beimesche, Huff Realty Campbell County

Treasurer – Sue Ann Collins, Teamwork Real Estate

 

2017 Director Elections Results

The Results of the Vote are in, Congratulations to our newly elected Directors:

Directors

 

 

Show your NKAR Spirit at the 2016 KAR Convention and Expo! NKMLS President Mike Becker to be installed as 2017 KAR President!

Not only is the convention a good opportunity for education and networking with fellow Kentucky REALTOR® members, this year is particularly special as our own NKMLS President Mike Becker will be Installed as the 2017 KAR President!

 CONGRATULATIONS, MR. BECKER! 

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Let's make it a point to positively represent Our Northern Kentucky Association of REALTORS® by supporting and Congratulating Mr. Mike Becker for his great accomplishment at the KAR Convention's Installation Dinner this year!


Where: The KAR Convention's Installation Dinner.

When: Tuesday September 20th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Register for the 2016 KAR Convention and Installation dinner here!

Keep Moving Forward by Joining hundreds of professionals from across the state for the largest real estate event in Kentucky. With over 21 hours of CE, tons of networking and social events like the "Family Reunion" Reception and a Bourbon & Wine Tasting, this year's event may be one of the best yet. You won’t want to miss it! 

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Smart Growth A Key to Sustainable Development

Smart Growth: A Key to Sustainable Development

By: James Glave

Here's why sustainable development could mean more cash in your pocket, not less.

Increasingly, local governments across America are working to create eco-friendly public amenities — bike paths and light-rail networks — and zoning for transit-friendly smart growth developments (read sustainable development) that combine compact housing with shops, schools, and services. And just like extra insulation in the attic, these kinds of investments are already paying dividends — both to whole communities and to the individual home owners who live in and around them.

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