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Howard Hanna Managing Broker Appointed to Virginia Association of Realtors Board of Directors

Virginia Beach, VA (February 24, 2022) – Howard Hanna Real Estate Services is pleased to announce that Sherry Maser, managing broker at Howard Hanna Real Estate Services was recently appointed to the Virginia Association of Realtors® (VAR) Board of Directors for a second two-year term. Sherry will serve on the 2022-2023 VAR Board of Directors alongside 34 other Realtor® leaders from around the Commonwealth of Virginia.

“I am honored to be a member of the VAR Board of Directors and a leader in the Virginia Association of Realtors®,” said Maser. “We are the largest professional trade association in Virginia, and our job is extremely important. We protect the real estate industry which allows Realtors® to help more Virginians buy, sell, and own property every day.”

Maser has been a Realtor® in the Hampton Roads area for more than 25 years, the last seven with Howard Hanna. She is Chair of the VAR Professional Standards & Grievance Committee and will serve on the VAR Leadership Academy Committee. Maser was also appointed to the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Resort and 2nd Home Committee.

Sherry is a Hampton Roads native. She has resided in the Great Bridge area of Chesapeake for the past 29 years and currently manages the Howard Hanna Great Bridge and Currituck offices.

About Howard Hanna: Howard Hanna Real Estate Services is the #1 family-owned and operated independent broker in the USA. The full-service real estate company has nearly 400 real estate, mortgage, insurance, title, and escrow service offices across 13 states, including Allen Tate Realtors® in the Carolinas and The F.C. Tucker Company in Indiana, with more than 13,000 sales associates and staff, including many of the industry’s top-producing real estate agents. Howard Hanna Southeast services 19 offices in Virginia & North Carolina. For more information, visit www.HowardHanna.com.

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