Properties Magazine December 2012 : Page 44

CABOR CORNER Issues in the real estate industry Reflecting on National Real Estate Progress he Cleveland Area Board of Realtors (CABOR) recently announced that members of CABOR’s leadership, includ-ing Chairman Richard Sweda, Chair Elect Joanne Zettl and Treasurer Seth Task, along with other CABOR members, joined nearly 21,000 Realtors and guests from across the country at the Realtors Conference & Expo held in Orlando in November. T HOWARD LICHTIG The year’s meetings encouraged Realtors to “discover your magic.” As the U.S. emerges from the recent national election, Realtors reflected on recent real estate successes and prepared to regroup for the road ahead. Attendees participated in forums and shared their insights into the challenges and opportu-nities of local markets across the country, examined how changing political and economic landscapes are likely to affect the real estate industry, and networked with colleagues from across the U.S. and around the world. “Realtors are proud of the role we have played in the current real estate recovery,” says Zettl. “But we also know there is much to be done, as the country still faces significant economic chal-lenges. As the leading advocate for private property rights, homeownership and housing issues, Realtors are com-BETWEEN THE WEATHER & YOU SINCE 1922 WARREN ROOFING WARREN ROOFING AND INSULATING COMPANY Working directly with manufacturers to provide efficient, reliable service and installation of a complete selection of roof systems, from single-ply to solar & green roofing. ABOVE ALL... WE ARE THE ROOFING PROFESSIONALS Commercial/Industrial Roofing + Architectural Sheet Metal 44 440.439.4404 Fax 440.439.7523 3URSHUWLHV | December 2012

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