Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of REALTORS (BH/GLAAR) is proud to announce its new name change to the Greater Los Angeles REALTORS (GLAR) effective immediately. GLAR represents over 11,000 REALTORS and affiliate members in the surrounding cities – Beverly Hills, Culver City, Santa Monica, West Hollywood and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County.

“Just like our wonderful city of LA, we are truly a diverse organization across all categories. We are determined to authentically represent that to our members, clients, local, state, and national governments/organizations,” said Ryan Ole Hass, GLAR President.  Hass, a Broker, has been a REALTOR for sixteen years and is a native Angelino. “I could not be prouder of the direction our Association is headed and am truly humbled to serve as your 2020 President.”  He went on to say, “This coming year will continue to bring challenges to our industry on many fronts, but we will remain united and resolute in providing unparalleled member value, professionalism, leadership, advocacy, and innovation.”

Additionally, in January 2020, Marty Nash joined the Association coming on board as the new Chief Executive Officer of the 11,000+ member Greater Los Angeles REALTORS (GLAR). With nearly 15 years of experience in association management, Nash is highly regarded as a strong and successful leader with vast experience in operations, member services, training and event planning. Before joining GLAR, Nash was the Chief Operations Officer at the 52,000 member MIAMI Association of REALTORS in Florida. Nash stated, “With the announcement of the new name change, new president and new Association logo, this is an exciting time in our industry and I am truly proud to be a part of it. The Greater Los Angeles Realtors® will continue to raise these standards in our industry. Our culture is critical to our growth and success. As industry professionals, we lead by example, we are transparent, we listen before we act, we are results driven, and we give back.”

Submitted by Marty Nash and Ryan Ole Hass

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