Dallas REALTOR receives Omega Tau Rho Medallion of Service


Steve Habgood, second from the left, was recently recognized for his service to the community.


From Staff Reports

Defining-Homes-Spring-2016-AUSTIN — Dallas REALTOR Steve Habgood was awarded the national Omega Tau Rho Medallion of Service during ceremonies at the Texas Association of REALTORS winter meeting, held in Feburary.

The Omega Tau Rho Medallion of Service is awarded to REALTORS who meet specific leadership criteria on local, state and national levels. Once a medallion is awarded, the recipient is a member of the prestigious Omega Tau Rho fraternity for life.

“This award is truly an honor as it marks exemplary dedication and service by a very few select REALTOR® members to their organization,” said Leslie Rouda Smith, chairman of Texas Association of REALTORS, the largest trade organization.

Habgood served as 2015 MetroTex president, NTREIS president, TAR regional  vice president and NAR director. He is also a TREPAC major investor, and he holds the “historic house specialist” and “GREEN designations.

Habgood is active in the community, having served as board chairman of the American Cancer Society/Dallas, and as co-chair of Dallas’s AIDS LifeWalk.

Omega Tau Rho was created in 1950 and is a National Association of REALTORS honorary fraternity. MetroTex represents more than 16,000 members involved in all aspects of the real estate industry. MetroTex is the largest REALTOR member association in North Texas representing the entire region. Established in 1917, MetroTex is an advocate for the real estate industry and private property rights.

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This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition March 4, 2016.