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ARBOR STAFF DIRECTORY

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2023 ARBOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Robyn Eastman

President
Twenty-Two Realty

Larry Hurley 

President Elect

Green Oaks Realty

Corey Harris

Secretary / Treasurer
Dream City Realty

Sarah Mascarenas

Past President
RE/MAX Associates of Arlington

Joanne Justice

NAR Director
Coldwell Banker Realty

Tim Beary

Regional VP
Beary Nice Homes

Dixon Holman

TX REALTOR Director
Front Real Estate Co.

Leanne Nelson

NTREIS Director
RE/MAX Associates of Arlington

Michelle Hill

ARBOR Director
RE/MAX Arbors
3rd of 3 Year Term

Eric English

ARBOR Director
English Realty, LLC
3rd of 3 Year Term

Kim Jansonius

ARBOR Director
RE/MAX Arbors
3rd of 3 Year Term

Jan Peterson

ARBOR Director
Kind Realty
3rd of 3 Year Term

Linda Longoria

ARBOR Director
Bancroft Realty, LLC
2nd of 3 Year Term

Niña Henderson

ARBOR Director
Better Homes & Gardens, Winans
2nd of 3 Year Term

Jody Kautz

ARBOR Director
RE/MAX Associates of Arlington & Mansfield
2nd of 3 Year Term

Alberto Vazquez

ARBOR Director
Avazco Realty Group
2nd of 3 Year Term

Kim Pratt

ARBOR Director
Next Home on Main
1st of 3 Year Term

Emmanuel Lumanze

ARBOR Director
DFW Executive Realty
1st of 3 Year Term

Mike Williamson

ARBOR Director
tw Realty Group
1st of 3 Year Term

Barbara Landers

ARBOR Director
Coldwell Banker Realty
1st of 3 Year Term

Nicky Austin

ARBOR Director
Austin Realty Consultants, LLC
1st of 3 Year Term

Jarrett Newton

ARBOR Director
Dynamic Real Estate Group
1st of 3 Year Term

Code of Ethics & Professional Standards

“NAR’s Code of Ethics, adopted in 1913, was one of the first codifications of ethical duties adopted by any business group. The Code ensures that consumers are served by requiring REALTORS® to cooperate with each other in furthering clients’ best interests (www.nar.realtor).

NAR Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice

Roadmap to Leadership

Being a leader at ARBOR REALTORS® is an incredibly rewarding experience. From committee work to joining the Board of Directors, ARBOR encourages our members to become involved in the decision-making process that will help further the industry and the association.

 

Please come back and visit this section as we continue to share leadership opportunities within ARBOR REALTORS®.

 

 

ARBOR Documents

By-Law
noun
plural nounbylaws
a rule made by a company or society to control the actions of its members.
“the expulsion comes as a result of violation of the fraternity’s constitution, rules, and by-laws”

Bylaws 2022 Arlington Board of REALTORS

HISTORY OF ARBOR

Helping REALTORS® grow their business and thrive for over 70 years.

The Arlington Board of REALTORS® is a non-profit organization that serves more than 3,000 REALTORS® and Industry Partners. We are affiliated with the National and Texas Association of REALTORS®. We are a professional trade association whose members abide by a strict code of ethics and have access to a wide variety of business services that are not available to a licensee. This gives REALTORS® the competitive edge in the marketplace and enables our members to provide superior services to buyers and sellers of real property.

Started in 1949

Covers Tarrant, Ellis, Hill and Many Other TX Counties

Merged with Ellis Hill Association in 2016

Opened current ARBOR Arlington office in 2007

Open Ellis Hill REALTORS Branch in April 2022

ARBOR Community Service Foundation

There are many sources of contributions within our membership who will give outside of faith-based commitments through the real estate industry they work and love.

To maximize the community service effort of our association, the Arlington Board of REALTORS authorized the establishment of a “tax-exempt, charitable foundation” named the Arlington Board of REALTORS® Community Service Foundation in 2007.

It is the Foundation’s goal to use 100% of funds raised or donated to go to important programs and projects within our local community.

As our community grows, there are also growing needs for those that need help within our community. There are opportunities to serve those that strategically fit our purpose in the community. Some of the opportunities to help are:

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Individual housing and community housing related improvement projects.

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Housing supplemental financial support for medical dependent homeowners or apartment dwellers or our own members.

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Helping change temporary housing status of families.

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Expanding educational scholarships and creating internship opportunities.

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Creating new relationships with new organizations and fill needs not currently met.