Edward Redlich elected as President of SIOR Florida Chapter


WASHINGTON, D.C. – December 3, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — The ComReal Companies are proud to announce that Edward Redlich is now serving as President for 2014-2015 of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors® (SIOR) Florida Chapter which is comprised of nearly 200 members. Redlich has had a leadership role with the Chapter for the past several years and was elected as President at their Fall meeting.

SIOR is a global, professional association that represents the commercial real estate industry’s top producers. The prestigious SIOR designation is professional recognition of the highest level of achievement, knowledge, accountability, and ethical standards in today’s real estate industry. Founded in 1941 (in answer to the U. S. War Department’s request for assistance to locate industrial facilities), SIOR maintains a commitment to business and industry by providing outstanding professional services, publications, and educational programs. Today, the global SIOR network includes nearly 3,100 members in over 500 markets in 21 countries on six continents.

Redlich follows in the footsteps of another ComReal veteran, Stephen H. Smith, who had also served as President of the SIOR Florida Chapter. Redlich is a native Miamian, graduate of Florida International University (FIU) and a 2nd generation Realtor having two parents in the profession. Both instilled a strong code of Realtor ethics with Redlich who is also now serving as the President for the Realtor Commercial Alliance (RCA) of Miami with over 1,700 members in South Florida.

For more information, please visit SIOR Florida Chapter’s website at http://www.siorfl.com.


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