RISMEDIA, March 1, 2013–The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) recently appointed Steven Calcagni, Broker and President of Calcagni Associates Real Estate, as a Federal Political Coordinator (FPC) for Rep. Elizabeth Esty (CT 5th Congressional District). In this vital role, Calcagni will work closely with Esty and her staff to educate them on NAR’s positions related to issues that impact the real estate industry. Calcagni will also be responsible for responding to all NAR Calls for Action received, will be one of NAR’s key REALTOR® communicators with Congress, and will also act as an advocate on behalf of all REALTORS® and the REALTOR® Party.
“I am honored to be given this extremely important role as a liaison to Rep. Elizabeth Esty. I look forward to also working closely alongside other Federal Political Coordinators, statewide and nationally, and being on the front lines while learning more about political issues in our real estate industry,” said Calcagni.
Calcagni was in Washington D.C. in mid-January at the Policy & Advocacy Conference, where he had the pleasure of meeting 2013 NAR President Gary Thomas, among other NAR committee leaders.
Calcagni is a life-long resident of Cheshire, and currently lives there with his wife and two children. He is a graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall, and has a B.S. in Finance from Lehigh University.
About Calcagni Associates Real Estate:
Calcagni Associates has offices in Cheshire, Hamden, Southington and Wallingford, and is a fully diversified real estate agency offering residential properties, new construction, land consulting and commercial properties. All Calcagni offices provide a range of real estate services including market analysis, appraisals, residential foreclosures, property management and relocation services. Learn more at www.calcagni.com. Follow Calcagni Associates at www.facebook.com/calcagniassociates.
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