The Park Record Business Briefs for March 18, 2006
Office property expert joins Commerce CRG
Commerce CRG has hired Tim Anker as an associate broker. Anker has 13 years of experience in all facets of the industry, with a special emphasis in the owner-user office market.
Companies that have relied on his abilities include Key Bank, Sundance, Orix USA, IBM, MGIS Companies, Sears, UDOT and La Frontera Restaurants.
Prior to joining Commerce CRG, Anker was a senior associate at CB Richard Ellis. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor of science in psychology and earned an Associates Broker License and is a CCIM candidate.
Exit Realty christens new office
Exit Realty Lifestyles welcomes all members of the PCBOR and affiliates, March 23, 4 to 7 p.m. to celebrate the opening of its new office and to introduce its new broker Kay Kunkel. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
The open house will be located at Exit Realty’s office at 2200 Park Ave., building D-100. For more information, call (435) 655-3948.
Local Realtors lend a hand to area nonprofits
The Park City Board of Realtors has announced it has funds available for qualified Summit or Wasatch county nonprofit organizations that provide affordable housing to Utah citizens. Grant applications will be accepted through March 24, 2006.
According to a recent press release, the Park City Board of Realtors has distributed $17,635 to local nonprofit housing projects since the inception of The Utah Association of Realtors Housing Opportunity Fund in 1999.
The Utah Association of Realtors Housing Opportunity Fund is a nonprofit foundation established to assist other nonprofit organizations who deal with affordable housing needs by offering grants. The Opportunity Fund is accumulated from interest earned on real estate trust accounts and through contributions. The majority of the monies collected are returned to the community from which they were donated, with a portion set aside in a statewide fund for special statewide projects and disaster relief.
To be eligible for funds, organizations must be based in Utah, have a housing-related mission and be a nonprofit agency with a 501 c 3 status.
For more information and to obtain an application, call Sharon Woodbury at the Board of Realtors at 649-4112.
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