Schauer will be responsible for representing and growing the organization and REALTOR brand
Avison Young’s South Carolina office announced today that Gerry Schauer, CCIM, a Senior Vice President specializing in office leasing and investment sales, has been appointed to the Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS (CTAR) 2022 Board of Directors. In this leadership role, Schauer will collaborate with his fellow board members to continue to boost membership and recognition of CTAR while ensuring its continued success.
“I am honored to have been selected for CTAR’s 2022 Board of Directors and look forward to partnering with a tremendous group of Charleston-based real estate professionals to support the organization’s initiatives and create more opportunities for mentorship and growth in this industry,” said Schauer. “As a Realtor for over 16 years, I have benefited tremendously from the education, offerings and support of CTAR and recognize the value of its resources.”
CTAR Directors strictly adhere to the Realtor Code of Ethics and South Carolina real estate laws. The Board of Directors invests in RPAC and contribute to RHOF and may be asked to serve on and lead task forces or initiatives as identified. All Directors are expected to participate in association meetings and events.
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