David R. Tina, a former president of both the statewide Nevada Realtors and the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR), has been elected to serve as a National Association of Realtors (NAR) regional vice president.
Tina was officially elected to the position on May 18 by NAR’s 2019 Board of Directors to represent the Rocky Mountain Region on NAR’s 2020 Board of Directors. He will represent the states of Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Tina was elected during NAR’s Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo last week in Washington, D.C.
“Thank you for electing me 2020 Regional Vice President for the National Association of Realtors,” Tina said. “I look forward to being sworn in at the annual convention in San Francisco. I am honored to be a servant of this association.”
As a regional vice president, Tina is following in the footsteps of fellow Las Vegas Realtors Linda Rheinberger, Keith Kelley and Jack Woodcock, all of whom held the same NAR position after serving as president of GLVAR and the state association.
Tina, a longtime local Realtors, was also honored by NAR last year by achieving Realtors Emeritus status, recognizing more than 40 years as an NAR member. He was the state association’s Realtors of the Year in 2016. He owns and operates Urban Nest Realty in Las Vegas with his son and business partner David J. Tina, who was the 2017 president of GLVAR.
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