Donate Today!

A long-time REALTOR® is in need. MD Anderson Cancer Center is running low on vital white blood cells and platelets that are needed by some patients prior to bone marrow transplants. This REALTOR® is trying to fight an infection, so he may receive the transplant. If you are able, please consider donating white blood cells and platelets today. You may find out more about donation at https://www.mdanderson.org/donors-volunteers/other-ways-to-help/give-blood.html. Use group code

Celebrating More Than Three Decades of HARTV

Greg Hale’s Vision Set a High Bar for the Real Estate Industry Video marketing is no longer optional when it comes to real estate. It’s a requirement. Today’s generation of buyers is tech-savvy, content-driven and hungry for more. How can we give these consumers the most content in the most effective way? Through video, of course! That was the task at hand for HAR leadership back in 1988. Not much

Opportunity 2018: Imagine Yourself as a Member of the HAR Board of Directors

The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. on Monday, June 12, 2017! As a leader of one of the most prestigious REALTOR® associations in the country, HAR directors are recognized within the Houston community and nationally for the real difference they make in the lives of HAR’s more than 36,000 members through the decisions they make and the standards that they set. Here are just a few examples of how

A Moment in HAR History…

“As a business owner and broker of a large brokerage (Heritage Texas Properties) and as HAR’s 1997 chair (the sixth woman to serve in the history of HAR), I witnessed first-hand the evolution of the most innovative member-centric REALTOR® association [caption id="attachment_27933" align="alignright" width="183"] Greg Hale at Vision 2000[/caption] in the country. Having been involved in the strategic long-range planning, I had the privilege of seeing leaders from around the

With Our Deepest Sympathies: Linda Cottar

HAR is deeply saddened to announce the passing of 2017 HAR Board member and longtime Baytown REALTOR® Linda Cottar. Linda, 71, died on May 10 at her home in Baytown, Texas after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Linda was born August 20, 1945, in Corsicana, Texas. She received her associate degree from Lee College. She was a REALTOR® and broker in the Baytown area for over 40 years and