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Charlie Erff Named Vice President of Northern New England Real Estate Network

Charlie_Erff-card copyCharlie Erff of Coldwell Banker Wright Realty has recently been named Vice President of Northern New England Real Estate Network (NNEREN), one of the largest MLS systems in the region. NNEREN is a for profit organization, and is in charge of the MLS listing system in the states of New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine and Massachusetts with an excess of 7800 REALTOR members. Says Lindsey Maihos, Principal of Coldwell Banker Wright Realty, "The Realtors in our office have contributed a lot of their time to the real estate community, including the White Mountain Board of Realtors, NNEREN, and the New Hampshire Association of Realtors (NHAR). We're proud to have Charlie Erff serving as Vice President of NNEREN." Charlie Erff has been a NNEREN director for the past three years, and has also been the Assistant Treasure for the last two years. As Vice President of NNEREN in 2013, Erff is also the President Elect, and will serve as President of NNEREN starting in January of 2014, for a one year term. Chad Jacobson is the outgoing Vice President, and is now the current President of NNEREN. Says Joe Ryan, Director of Operations at NNEREN, "Charlie has an uncanny way of refocusing discussions back to the issues at hand. That's a great ability to possess in meetings where more than 50 board members are actively participating." NNEREN is comprised of 28 local boards in Vermont and New Hampshire, with a total of 56 board members that make the business decisions for the organization, two from each board. The board members also sit on a number of committees to assist the full time staff in their positions including web site, commercial, forms, complaints and violations and others. "During my terms as Director, I've been operating from the standpoint of local issues as a representative of the White Mountain Board of Realtors," says Erff. "Now I'll have an overview of how the needs of any specific area affects the whole, throughout Northern New England and parts of Massachusetts. It will be a great opportunity to help our board and others to address ideas and issues from a more universal viewpoint."