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Osceola Realtor Association Goes Global

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Pictured L to R: Teresa Reilly-O’Doherty, John Goldsborough, Christina Daugherty, Jason Daugherty, Twis Lizasuain, Angel L. Ortiz, Charles Castellon, Simon Howell, Olga Forero, Imran Mohamed, Gladys Thayer and Lesley O’Neal

Released By Osceola County Association of Realtors®

Sixteen delegation members from the Global Alliance Committee of the Osceola County Association of Realtors® (OSCAR) recently embarked on their first Trade Mission to Canada. The trip coincided with Realtor Quest, Canada’s largest trade show. Attendees were able to take this opportunity to maximize their visit and network with the Realtors® and business owners that attended Realtor Quest.

The focus of this event was to develop cross border relationships with industry leaders, real estate practitioners, real estate administrators, and developers. During the event several speakers provided attendees with valuable information on how to better serve Canadian clients for all their real estate, mortgage, & tax needs. The OSCAR delegation also had the opportunity to present the benefits of conducting real estate business in Florida, specifically Osceola County. Osceola is uniquely positioned, and the delegation was able to highlight the many bilateral benefits that can be derived from our robust Vacation Home Market Sector.

“The number one reason a real estate agent will participate in a trade mission is because of their desire to increase income/sales. We are proud to be able to have  opportunities such as this that allow our members to learn, engage, network, and grow,” stated Canadian Trade Mission Chair, Imran Mohamed.

The Osceola County Association of Realtors® is the largest trade association in Osceola County and represents more than 3,700 Realtors® in the area, bringing valuable training and support to its membership and offering community services to the Osceola County area. The Association is dedicated to its members’ success through professional development, advocacy and community engagement.