North Georgia Council Realtors Attend Legislative Conference In Atlanta

Monday, February 10, 2014
Pictured, from left, Dennis Lindsey; Denise Lindsey; Georgia State Senator Jeff Mullis; Eddie Floyd; Mary Carlson; Robert Nodes, GCAR Governmental Affairs director; and Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle.
Pictured, from left, Dennis Lindsey; Denise Lindsey; Georgia State Senator Jeff Mullis; Eddie Floyd; Mary Carlson; Robert Nodes, GCAR Governmental Affairs director; and Georgia Lt. Governor Casey Cagle.

Several members of the North Georgia Council of the Greater Chattanooga Association of Realtors attended the Legislative Conference of the Georgia Association of Realtors, held in Atlanta. 

The conference is a week-long educational event which provides members with the opportunity to discuss issues of public policy that impact the real estate industry, as well as improve realtors' knowledge of advances in technology and sales.

The highlight of the annual conference is the gathering at the Georgia State Capitol, known as the “Day-On-The-Hill” in which attendees are able to meet with their local state senators and representatives to discuss current issues.


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