We're excited to share the news of our very own Broker/Owner Tim Weisheyer being elected as the District Vice President for the Florida Realtors®. Join us in congratulating him! This article originally appeared in the Osceola News Gazette on Saturday, September 10th.
Board director and former president of the Osceola County Association of Realtors® (OSCAR), Tim Weisheyer has just been elected as District 12 Vice President by the Florida Realtors® state association.
In this position, Weisheyer will play an integral role in fulfilling Florida Realtors® mission—to be the voice for real estate in Florida.
As district vice president, Weisheyer will serve as the chair at district meetings during the mid-winter business meetings, participate in district vice president information exchange meetings, serve as a member of the nominating committee, and participate in the CEO symposium and other events like Great American Realtor® Days, where Realtors® meet with legislators to advise them on real estate friendly policy.
District vice presidents are expected to relay info on Florida Realtors® programs, projects, and policies to district members through local associations, and in this role, Weisheyer will work with association executives and board presidents to create a working team relationship, establish and maintain communication, and offer assistance to reach established goals.
In addition to serving on the OSCAR Board of Directors and filling the role of District 12 vice president, Weisheyer has also recently secured another term with the Osceola County School Board.
"Tim has always been ready to step up, as a volunteer leader," said Carol Platt, CEO at the Osceola County Association of Realtors®. "He shows an unwavering commitment to making positive change in any role he steps into, and will shine as a District 12 VP for Florida Realtors®."
The Osceola County Association of Realtors® represents over 3,000 Realtors® in the area, bringing valuable training and support to its membership, and offering community services to the Osceola County area.