“REALTORS are essential to a community and give back in many ways,” said Sheila Dodson, CEO of Baldwin REALTORS. “It’s always an honor to see those who go above and beyond to be recognized.”
Recognized as first REALTOR Association to offer group insurance for members
Community invited to help provide new shoes to Baldwin County students in need
Realtor access to health care coverage options limited by federal court ruling
Realtor Andrea Tolbert recently completed the final course of the Alabama Realtor Institute. She has been awarded the nationally recognized Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI) designation.
“Realtor Placemaking Grants aim to turn spaces into places,” said Jennifer Foutch, Baldwin Realtors Government Affairs Director. “Baldwin Realtors are happy to have helped turn the space beside the library into a wonderful place that will benefit the community and enhance the area.”
“Baldwin REALTORS recognizes the impact these organizations have on our area, and we want to support these causes because they create strong communities,” said Kandy Hines, 2019 Baldwin REALTORS President. “REALTORS believe in strong communities, and we will do anything we can to support what they do.”
“Providing group health insurance benefits is going to be life changing for many of our members and their families,” said Troy Wilson, 2018 Baldwin REALTORS® President. “For many, this is the beginning to having health insurance with affordable premiums and enhanced coverage that financially was not an option for them before.
Pictured is Baldwin REALTORS® CEO Sheila Dodson, left, with Michael Manning, center, and Manning’s Broker, Robb Colley. Manning recently completed the final course of the Alabama REALTOR® Institute. He has been awarded the nationally recognized Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation.
“Baldwin REALTORS® understands the importance of a strong educational system, and we support our Baldwin County schools,” said Jennifer Foutch, Baldwin REALTORS’® Government Affairs Director. “We are proud to endorse candidates we believe can strengthen the Baldwin County School District and our students.”