Erez Aminov – Miami Realtor

Changing Communities: MIAMI Realtors Educates its Members with Future of Real Estate Conference

MIAMI — The MIAMI Association of Realtors (MIAMI) hosted a Future of Real Estate zoning conference on Nov. 8, 2018 to educate its members and boost their respective businesses. The conference included topics on creative zoning concepts such as form-based code Miami 21, temporary use permits, affordable housing overlay zones and voluntary inclusionary zoning.

The landscape of Miami-Dade County is changing, and MIAMI Realtors wanted to give its members the latest information on zoning.

Miami Realtors Changing Communities Initiative

In 2018, MIAMI Realtors invested more than $175,000 in grant funds from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) to improve our South Florida communities.

Through member engagement and feedback, MIAMI developed a list of local community projects that could have the most impact. MIAMI invited its 46,000-plus membership for a brainstorming session and more than 200 members contributed ideas and volunteered to help.

In 2018, MIAMI led more than 18 local community initiatives, including a dinner for the homeless at Chapman Partnership in Miami, partnering to install a Jupiter dog park, creating a shaded Doral trolley stop and more. Each project was led by the Realtor who proposed it and supported by a team of fellow Realtor volunteers and a Realtor partner (usually an elected official).

More MIAMI Realtors Changing Communities initiatives are planned for 2019.

MIAMI members can register to volunteer at our upcoming community events at:

https://www.volunteermark.com/miamirealtors

MIAMI and Miami REALTORS®. 2019. Changing Communities: MIAMI Realtors Educates its Members with Future of Real Estate Conference. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.miamirealtors.com/news/news/blog/miami-blogs/miami-blog/2019/06/11/changing-communities-miami-realtors-educates-its-members-with-future-of-real-estate-conference. [Accessed 5 April 2020].

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