REALTOR® of the Year
The REALTOR® of the Year is the highest and most coveted award which can be bestowed by one’s peers. This award is based on the outstanding contributions of a REALTOR® to the local, state, and national REALTOR® associations. The recipient must demonstrate REALTOR® “spirit” and a faithfulness to the principles of the REALTOR® organization, professionalism, and the Code of Ethics.
Frank Nardo REALTOR® Achievement
The REALTOR® Achievement Award is presented to an individual REALTOR® who has made a difference in the association, either through a single accomplishment or a series of achievements throughout a career in real estate. Since 1999 we have recognized such leadership by naming the REALTOR® Achievement Award in honor of Frank Nardo, who embodied the ideal of REALTOR® achievement through his devotion to our industry and his work for our association as an Executive Officer and President.
REALTOR® Good Neighbor Award
The Good Neighbor award recognizes a REALTOR® for their extraordinary accomplishments in community service, someone who has made an impact on their community through volunteer work. This award is based on the outstanding contributions of an individual to their local community, as well as being an active participant in their local REALTOR® association.
Affiliate of the Year
This award is open to a non-REALTOR® associated with the real estate industry (such as employees of title companies, lending institutions, appraisers etc.), and the nominee is someone who has demonstrated giving back to the community as well as excellence in their business. The nominee must be a SCCAR affiliate member.
Citizen of the Year
The Citizen of the Year award is given to a non-REALTOR® individual who works toward the betterment of our community through public service or private actions. We have recognized both public servants and community volunteers with this award.
One to Watch
This award recognizes one of our newer members who demonstrates ingenuity and creativity in their career. They continue to innovate, reposition, and reinvent themselves and their business model in changing markets. They have taken on a leadership, or mentoring, role to brokers around them and are involved with volunteer organizations within their community.