When it comes to global investments, there’s no place like the U.S. to invest in a home – or a rental property or seasonal vacation home, for that matter.
WSGVAR Global Business Council has been established since 2007. Since 2009, National Association of REALTORS® has appointed WSGVAR as the Ambassador Association to Taiwan. The WSGVAR Global Business Council has organized a variety of trade missions to/from Taiwan. It also hosts the Taiwanese delegation at every NAR’s Annual Conference.
Memoranda of Understanding
We have partnered with 9 of the NAR's Bilateral Partners and signed the Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) as follows:
- Chinese Association of Real Estate Brokers - Taiwan
- Taipei Association of Real Estate Brokers - Taiwan
- New Taipei City Real Estate Agent Association - Taiwan
- Taichung City Association of Real Estate Brokers - Taiwan
- Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) - Malaysia
- Asosiasi Real Estate Broker Indonesia - Indonesia
- Alianasi of Real Estate Agen Indonesia - Indonesia
- Japan-American Real Estate Coalition Office - Japan
- La Asociación Mexicana de Profesionales Inmobiliarios (AMPI) - Mexico
The award winning Global Business Council is one of the most successful local councils in the United States with nine (9) partnerships globally! Click here for the MOU Signing Photos.
Global Business Council Membership
The Global Business Council membership, includes residential and commercial real estate professionals and the affiliates, is free of charge. These professionals play a major role in the success of the Council. The WSGVAR Global Business Council has been recognized by NAR as a Platinum Council in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016 and the Ambassador Association of the Year in 2013.
The "We Are Global" video describes what WSGVAR Global Business Council does and the Global Achievement Awards that we had received from NAR.
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