Al Perry

First Vice President

Al Perry is the first vice president of the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors®this year.

In the business for 25 years, Al is a second-generation Realtor® and the managing partner of Century 21 Advantage Gold in Philadelphia,which is Pennsylvania’s largest Century 21 Firm.

Al is active in his local association, the Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors®, where he served two terms as its president. His community and industry service were recognized by his local association, where he has received multiple Distinguished Service and Realtor® of the Year awards.He also served as a member of the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority’s Advisory Board.

A graduate of Temple University, Perry and his wife Christine reside in the area with their three children.

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