Pennsylvania Association of Realtors issued the following announcement on Feb. 2.
Todd H. Umbenhauer, a Montgomeryville Realtor®, was installed as the 2018 president of the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® at a ceremony this week in Harrisburg.
Umbenhauer, an associate broker for Keller Williams Real Estate in Montgomeryville, has been a Realtor® for more than 40 years. He has served several terms on PAR's board of directors and has also served as treasurer of the state organization. He has been active on the following committees: Standard Forms Feedback, Standard Forms Oversight, Professional Standards and Convention.
"As Realtors®, we tirelessly seek creative solutions for our clients as we help them navigate residential and commercial marketplaces," Umbenhauer said. "We are equally passionate about preserving private property rights and the integrity of our profession through legislative involvement and enforcement of our strict Code of Ethics."
Umbenhauer is a past president of the North Penn (now Montgomery County) Association of Realtors® and the past chairman of the Suburban Realtors® Alliance. He was named Realtor® of the Year by the North Penn Chamber of Commerce in 1987 and was awarded Realtor® Emeritus status by the local, state and national associations in 2015.
Umbenhauer has been an NAR director since 2010 (except 2016) and has served on NAR's MLS Issues and Policies Committee and continues to serve on the Risk Management Committee.
A graduate of Millersville University, he is a certified NAR Code of Ethics instructor and holds the Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager, the Certified Residential Specialist and the Graduate, Realtor® Institute designations. He is a volunteer at the Table of Plenty for Zion Mennonite Church, where he has served as deacon, youth sponsor and coach. Umbenhauer is the father of two grown children and resides in Souderton.
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