Morgantown Board of REALTORS®
Since 1946 the Morgantown Board of REALTORS® has been providing its members with the resources they need to successfully service their clients and customers with the utmost professionalism. Since our inception we have continued to educate our members, keep up to date with the latest trends and laws of our industry, and ensure each and every REALTOR® has the tools they need to be successful in their business. Now over 300 members strong, we proudly provide unprecedented service to not only our clients and customers but our communities as well. Volunteerism is just one of the many aspects of what we do on a daily basis to better the community we are proud to call home. For more information on who we are and what we do, please reach out to one of our executive committee members here.
Look at what we have been up to! Visit our MBOR Community Facebook Page.
The mission of the Morgantown Board of REALTORS® is to serve as the public’s liaison for all real estate needs while continuing to support, educate and foster the relationship of its members who serve our communities
We believe in…
- Instilling honesty and integrity in all we do
- Developing strong, effective partnerships in the communities we serve
- Treating everyone equally and fairly
- Continuous professional development, education and success
MBOR Community Service Committee
The Morgantown Board of REALTORS® Community Service Committee is involved with numerous fundraisers within the community. Our REALTORS® not only sell property in the region, but we also work to make our community a better place to live.
Some of the latest projects include:
In 2018, we raised $27,923.00 for various charities in our community.
We served dinners once a month at Rosenbaum Family House throughout 2018 – 2019 and we provided Thanksgiving dinner to over 125 people at The Bartlett House.
The largest event, Fiesta Funday was held on May 2, 2019, and raised $15,000! The proceeds went to benefit the Weekend Back-Pack Program for Scotts Run Settlement House and The Pantry Plus More Program. These programs help feed over 1,200 students in the community of Morgantown and its surrounding areas.
This year’s Committee Chairs are:
Michele Rafus, email@example.com, (304) 282-9246 and
Alisa Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org, (516) 835-7207.
The MBOR has many wonderful memories over the years. We enjoy reminiscing on how the real estate industry has changed and how it continues to evolve. Here is a look back on installation banquets, community service events, holiday luncheons and many fun events that we have participated in.
Installation Banquet, 1993