Real Estate Executive Honored For Work With Minorities

Stewart Title mid-America vice president of emergent market development, Larry Bullock received the James E. Haynes Sr. award on Aug. 16 at the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB(R)) convention, recognizing his exemplary contribution in support of NAREB’s national theme, “Democracy in Housing.” Left to right: NAREB President-elect Clifford Turner, Stewart Planning/Development SVP Matthew Morris, Stewart National Emerging Domestic Markets Director José Menéndez, NAREB Chairman Fred Blair, Bullock and NAREB President Ronald L. Branch.

NAREB(R), founded in 1947, is the oldest minority real estate trade association in the United States. It is dedicated to bringing together the nation’s minority professionals in the real estate industry to promote the meaningful exchange of ideas about its business and how best to serve its clientele.

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