Kriston Woods

Kriston Woods

2020 President, Williamson County Association of REALTORS®

In 2020, the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® (WCREALTORS) will continue to set the P.A.C.E. for Real Estate in Williamson County:

In fact, WCREALTORS already has several key events and meetings on the schedule for 2020 to keep our P.A.C.E. In the first quarter alone, we have our 10th Annual Super Bowl of Builders on Feb. 4 at the United Heritage Center at the Dell Diamond, the Round Rock City Update on Jan. 21 at the association, the East Side Bus Tour on Feb. 27; not to mention the 365 professional development opportunities the association has planned this year. Hold on tight, because in 2020 WCREALTORS will be hosting off-site networking mixers at some of the newest and hottest places in Williamson County. I look forward to seeing you there. 

In addition, our governmental affairs (GA) team has some robust goals for 2020 which we need your assistance in achieving! These goals include increased TREPAC and calls for action participation. It is our goal to make sure that every candidate elected in Williamson County is pro-housing and pro-REALTOR®; your GA team will be meeting with and conducting candidate interviews in anticipation of the May general election. 

And finally, look for your WCREALTORS leadership team out and about in the community; we plan to help set the P.A.C.E. by coming to YOU. Contact the association if you want to schedule a private class within your brokerage office or just would like the leadership to come by for a visit; we are here to serve you. 

To set the P.A.C.E. we need your voice, your talents, and most importantly, your passion. I urge you to find a little bit of time in your busy schedule and get more involved with your association. I invite you to “unlock the world of real estate” and get engaged at WCREALTORS through membership, committee involvement, event attendance and professional development, just to name a few. If you are currently involved, I encourage you to continue your involvement.

When you unite with your colleagues you will find community and in community, we elevate each other. In the famous words of Helen Keller: “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”