We congratulate our President and owner of Harsch Associates for being nominated to the Vermont Real Estate Commission and wish him success in his endeavor.
Excerpt From The Berkshire Eagle Newspaper Announcement Feb 28. 2019.
WILLIAMSTOWN — Realtor Paul A. Harsch III, the founder and president of Harsch Associates of Williamstown, has been appointed to the seven member Vermont Real Estate Commission by Vermont Governor Phillip B. Scott. The appointment was effective Feb. 5. Harsch's appointment is for an initial five-year term with an option to continue for a second five-year term at the governor's discretion.The Vermont Real Estate Commission is a seven-member board created by the state legislature whose members are appointed by the governor to administer the laws for that profession in the state of Vermont.Harsch, whose real estate career spans 44 years, is a licensed real estate broker in Massachusetts, Vermont and New York. He resided in Pownal, Vt. for 40 years through 2006, and at one point maintained offices in Bennington, Vt. and Manchester, Vt.He has served on numerous boards and committees including the Massachusetts Board of Realtor's committee that formalized the inclusion of transaction brokerage facilitation into law in that state. He also introduced the Massachusetts Association of Realtor's Seller's Statement of Property Condition disclosure form, and the Massachusetts Board of Realtors Exclusive Right to Sell Facilitation listing contract.
Excerpted From the Berkshire County Board of Realtors:
Hearty congratulations go out to Paul Harsch, broker-owner of Harsch Real Estate, on his appointment to the Vermont Real Estate Commission. Governor Phillip B. Scott appointed Harsch to sit on the seven member Vermont Real Estate Commission effective February 5, 2019. The appointment is for an initial five year term with an option to continue for a second five year term at the discretion of the governor.
The official description of the duties and mission of the Vermont Real Estate Commission are as follows:
“The Real Estate Commission is a seven-member board created by the legislature whose members are appointed by the governor to administer the laws for this profession in the state of Vermont. The board’s mission is public protection. The board does this by: ensuring that applicants are qualified for licensure; setting standards for the profession by proposing statutes and adopting administrative rules; and, with the assistance of Office of Professional Regulation staff, investigating complaint of unprofessional conduct, taking disciplinary action against licensees when necessary to protect the public.”
Please feel free to drop Paul an email to congratulate him on this professional achievement!