Eighteen Jack Conway agents, managers, and leaders – more than any other real estate company in Massachusetts – converged on Beacon Hill this past month as part of Realtor Day on Beacon Hill.
This important annual event allows Realtors the opportunity to meet with their legislators and discuss industry issues of the day. The Conway delegation, led by CEO Carol Bulman and current Massachusetts Association of Realtors Secretary/Treasurer Peter Ruffini of Conway-Marshfield, met with their local legislators, including Rep. Tackey Chan, Rep. Jim Cantwell, Rep. Daniel Webster, Sen. John Keenan, and Sen. Bob Hedlund, among others.
“It’s so important on behalf of our customers and our companies that we take part in this civic activity,” said Bulman. “It was great to see so many friendly faces, and to be a part of a special day.”
Topics on this year’s agenda included fighting transfer taxes, supporting new rules to make it easier to sell municipally-owned vacant property, and a discussion of increasing the number of hours required for Continuing Education.
From left, Conway Duxbury agent Marie Van Slyck, MAR President Laurie Cadigan, Conway CEO Carol Bulman and Conway Duxbury agent Marilyn Murphy at Realtor Day on the Hill.