David Dean is serving as PAR’s District 10 Vice President this year.
A Howard Hanna agent, David has served on a number of committees at PAR, including chairing the Diversity Committee. In 2017, David was presented PAR’s Realtor® Active in Politics Award.
David served as president of his local association, the Realtors® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh. He’s active on RAMP’s Government Affairs Committee, helping to shape the association’s position on key issues. He was also the recipient of the Richard Stampahar Most Active in Politics Award and was named RAMP’s 2019 Realtor® of the Year.
David is a fair housing and ADA compliant instructor. In addition, he is a graduate of the College of Wooster.
Sixty-seven percent of more than 2,000 respondents said they wish they lived within a 45-minute drive of their family, which is an increase of 40% from April 2019. However, consumers don’t want to live too close to their families.
“If an agent is treating one person better than another similarly situated person, and the difference between them is one of the seven categories in the Fair Housing Act, the agent has violated the law,” said Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Bill Dedman in a webinar with Pennsylvania Realtors®.
Fred Rogers, more commonly known as Mister Rogers, and his wife Joanne’s home in the late 1950s and early 1960s was listed in the MLS by Realtor® Linda Corcoran on April 8, and is already under contract after multiple offers, she said.
When the market gets hot, buyers focus on what they can put in an offer package that someone else cannot. That leads to considering writing what some people call a love letter, a letter drafted by the buyer to the seller explaining why they think they are the right buyer for the property. The love letter has a lot of different potential issues, which can vary depending on what side of the deal someone is on.