Brokerage makes commitment to diversity

by Justin da Rosa03 Mar 2017
Engel & Völkers has partnered with the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals (NAGLREP) to support the initiative of educating real estate agents about LBGT trends and insights.

“The LGBT community is a powerful force achieving social and legislative milestones because of organizations such as NAGLREP,” Anthony Hitt, CEO of Engel & Völkers North America, said. “We’ve been a proud supporter of NAGLREP for quite some time, along with many of license partners and advisors. This year and beyond, we look forward to strategically working with the NAGLREP network and its leader, Jeff Berger, to help create confidence and solutions to evolve our industry and the communities in which we serve.”

As a corporate partner, agents within the brokerage receive special rates for NAGLREP membership.

“Engel & Völkers is a valuable addition to our powerful referral network of real estate professionals and will further the benefits our members receive with access to expert real estate service and support at an international level,” Jeff Berger, founder and president of NAGLREP, said.

Hitt and Berger will attend the NAGLREP LGBT Housing Policy Summit in Washington D.C., March 13–14, 2017.

The Summit is a gathering of notable LGBT community members, as well as leaders in the real estate and housing industries who are attending to address housing policy impact on the LGBT community, according to a release by Engel and Völkers.


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