Members of GHAR Participate in PA REALTORS® Day on the Hill

ENOLA, PA (June 5, 2024) – This morning, members of the Greater Harrisburg Association of REALTORS® (GHAR) took part in Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® Day on the Hill.

The GHAR delegation, including Tracee Carter, Jodi Diego, Nick Feagley, Michelle Gueci, Wendell Hoover, Jimmy Koury, Barb Murdocca, Kathy Ludwig, and Margaret Parsons, had productive meetings with several state legislators. They visited with Senators Greg Rothman and John DiSanto, and Representatives Perry Stambaugh, Dave Madsen, Justin Fleming, Patty Kim, Thomas Kutz, Sheryl Delozier, Dawn Keefer and Tom Mehaffie.

During these meetings, discussion centered around SB 1173, which will require a real estate salesperson license under the Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act (RELRA) to conduct residential wholesale transactions in the commonwealth. The legislation was passed by the Pennsylvania Senate on Tuesday and now heads to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for consideration.

GHAR extends its heartfelt thanks to all the state legislators who took the time to meet with our members. Their ongoing support and willingness to engage in meaningful dialogue are deeply appreciated. We appreciate the support you have given to the real estate industry.

As the Government Affairs Director, Margaret Parsons organizes the Association’s government affairs efforts; is responsible for grassroots advocacy, key contact program, candidate screening process, and RPAC fundraising; works with the Commercial Council Board of Directors to provide services to our commercial members; handles the Municipal Database. Margaret attended the University of Scranton and received her undergraduate degree in History and attended the Catholic University of America, where she earned her PhD in American Politics. She lives with her husband, Patrick in Harrisburg and is originally from West Pittston, Pennsylvania. In her free time, Margaret enjoys hiking and walking with her two German Shorthaired Pointers, Henry and Fritz.

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