PLEASANTON, CA – May 29, 2018 – Associa Northern California’s senior vice president –operations, Kelly Zibell, PCAM®, PMP, presented at the San Mateo County Association of Realtors®.
The presentation focused on educational information that is important to homeowners, board members and realtors. The following topics were discussed:
Board of directors’ role
Community managers’ role
“The realtors that attended were impressed with Ms. Zibell’s knowledge and they got a lot out of the overall presentation,” stated event organizer Steve Cresci, owner of Steve Cresci Insurance Agency. “The attendees had plenty of questions and she easily answered each one and stuck around after the meeting to answer more.”
The San Mateo County Association of REALTORS® is a trade association organized to ensure professionalism, protect property rights and promote the ownership of real property. They seek to serve and be responsive to their members by continuously developing, implementing and promoting programs and services to help the individual REALTOR® be successful.
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