Cindy Marsh-Tichy Of Weichert, Realtors Named 2014 President Of The New Jersey Association Of Realtors

Linda Furnari-Rose, manager of Weichert, Realtors’ Randolph office, along with Weichert Regional Vice President Dominick Prevete, announced that sales associate Cindy Marsh-Tichy was recently named president of the New Jersey Association of REALTORS® (NJAR) for the 2014 calendar year.


In this role, Marsh-Tichy is the primary spokesperson and voice for NJAR’s 42,000 members. She will speak to the media on behalf of the association and meet with local realtor boards, associations and members to see how the state association can best serve their needs. Additionally, as the state president, Marsh-Tichy will also serve as a director for the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) and on its Federal Financing & Housing Policy Committee.


For her term as NJAR president, Marsh-Tichy selected the theme “Dare to Stand Out” with the main goal of challenging leadership, staff and members to think outside the box and achieve greatness together. Working in tandem with the theme are the goals to boost productivity in committee work, as well as increase participation in the broker involvement program, responses to Calls for Action and investments in the REALTORS Political Action Committee. She would also like to place a greater emphasis on educational opportunities.


“We are proud to have a Weichert sales professional like Cindy representing our office,” said Furnari-Rose. “Her commitment to our industry is evident not only in her association with NJAR, but also with her steadfast dedication to all of her clients.”


A resident of Randolph, Marsh-Tichy earned her real estate license in 1997 and her broker’s license in 2000. At the state level, she served as the 2013 president-elect and the 2012 first vice president. She was the industry advocacy division officer for NJAR in 2011, and the professional development division officer in 2010. In addition, Marsh-Tichy has served on numerous NJAR committees including strategic planning, political affairs, budget and finance, legislative and bylaws.


On the national level, Marsh-Tichy, a graduate of the 2010 Leadership Academy, served on the NAR communications committee in 2010 and 2011, and held a position as NAR director in 2011. She is also a member of the North Central Jersey Association of Realtors, Garden State Multiple Listing Service and New Jersey Multiple Listing Service, and holds multiple real estate designations.


A dedicated member of her community, Marsh-Tichy is actively involved with Morris Habitat for Humanity. She sits on the organization’s development leadership council and is Honorary Committee Chair for the Hearts and Hammers Gala.


Invite this dedicated neighborhood specialist from Weichert’s Randolph office in to learn about the real estate services that Weichert, Realtors has to offer. For more information visit the office at 284 Route 10, or call (973) 328-7800.


Since 1969, Weichert, Realtors has grown from a single office into one of the nation's leading providers of homeownership services by putting its customers first. A family of full-service real estate and financial services companies, Weichert helps customers buy and sell both residential and commercial real estate, and streamlines the delivery of mortgages and home and title insurance. Weichert leverages its customer website, www.weichert.com, one of the most visited real estate websites in the nation, to help families and individuals realize the dream of homeownership through quick and easy access to listing information and the services of its real estate professionals nationwide. For more information, Weichert’s customer service center can be reached at 1-800-USA-SOLD. Weichert franchised offices are independently owned and operated.


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