Kirkland resident Georgia Wall, right, was selected as a realtor.com ambassador. Contributed photo

Kirkland resident named local ambassador for realtor.com

  • Friday, January 13, 2017 10:21am
  • Business

Kirkland resident Georgia Wall has been specially selected to serve as a local ambassador for realtor.com.

Wall is part of an inaugural group of a 14 other Realtors around the country who have been picked to contribute valuable insight toward enhancing the realtor.com experience for consumers and professionals, and to serve as advocates in their local communities.

“I grew up in Sammamish and live in Kirkland and thrive by connecting all the dots of my community through my friends, peers, small business owners and through doing business in my city,” Wall said. “By representing the Greater Seattle area at National meetings, I can show off what a wonderful thing it is to call Washington my home state.”

Ambassadors bring a combination of depth and breadth of experience, an active and robust real estate portfolio, and demonstrate an affinity for community engagement and advocacy. As an ambassador, Wall receives exclusive benefits as well as a first look at new realtor.com products, provide insight on realtor.com initiatives, and will receive training, customized content and materials to help share the benefits of realtor.com with her local industry community and with buyers and sellers.

“These leaders contribute invaluable insight in helping us to deliver the best possible experience and facilitate the smoothest real estate processes for consumers and professionals alike,” said Suzanne Mueller, senior vice president of industry relations for realtor.com. “This program helps provide our Ambassadors with the most up-to-date information and resources from realtor.com, and empowers them to provide exceptional service to their peers and clients in the community.”

Ambassadors were honored in November during the Realtors conference and expo in Orlando, Fla.

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