RISMEDIA, April 4, 2008-Century 21 Real Estate LLC announced that it honored CENTURY 21 Professionals, located in Irvine, Calif., with the 2008 CENTURY 21 Marsh Fisher Diversity Award during the Century 21 International Convention held at the Gaylord Palms Hotel Resort and Convention Center in Orlando earlier this month. Established in 1999, the Century 21 Marsh Fisher Diversity Award is given annually to a Century 21 System franchise for its extraordinary commitment to cultural diversity and improving minority homeownership.
“It is an honor to recognize the extraordinary efforts of Century 21 Professionals for the outstanding commitment that they have made to their community in support of minority homeownership,” said Tom Kunz, president and chief executive officer, Century 21 Real Estate LLC. “Commitment like this is what the Century 21 Gold Standard is all about.”
Led by broker/owners Dr. Robert Bauer and his wife Maureen Bauer, Century 21 Professionals works to actively support the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals and the Asian Real Estate Association of America. According to the company, they encourage sales associates to participate in activities within local and national groups to assist diverse homeowners in attaining the American dream of homeownership.
“As an organization, Century 21 Professionals has remained focused on educating our customers and helping them make informed real estate decisions,” said Dr. Bauer. “Incorporating cultural diversity into virtually every aspect of our organization is a big reason why we have been so successful in helping the people in our community achieve their homeownership needs.”
Each year, Century 21 Professionals holds its annual homeowners fair called A Home for Everyone in which homeownership workshops are held in several languages including Vietnamese, Spanish and English. The event is advertised extensively in different languages to help reach the Irvine areas diverse population.
For more information, visit www.century21.com.