For single-family homes, there were reportedly 2,591 closed sales transactions and 2,424 pending sales transactions in January, representing a 5.0% decrease in closed sales
HGAR is a leader in the realm of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and is committed to diversifying our membership, creating a deeply diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization for our members, and embedding inclusive practices in the ways we work and learn.
Allowing landlords to get by without building permits and Certificates of Occupancy or building at substandard levels places, residents, business owners, merchants and first responders at risk.
The solution to diversifying commercial development lies not in rejecting progress, but in embracing a more nuanced approach. We need a development ecosystem that sings a richer melody, with diverse notes of retail, office spaces, and light industry harmonizing in a dynamic symphony.
Soon we will share with you HGAR’s new Strategic Plan and vision. You are the most important part of the plan, and we encourage you to engage and participate.
Last year, more than 110 HGAR members attended Lobby Day, which represented one-third of the total turnout of the entire New York State Association of Realtors in Albany. With two busloads of Realtors, HGAR came out in force and that effort was recognized.
Together, we have the power to shape the trajectory of our Association, to inspire positive change, and to foster an environment where innovation flourishes and every member feels valued.
From reinventing Real Estate In-Depth to our new strategic plan, we are building a culture of individual engagement and inclusion, so you can get the most out of your HGAR membership.