Local realtor receives Keller Williams regional award
Beth Waller, a Warren County realtor and founder of the nonprofit, WHAT MATTERS, was recognized by Keller Williams Realty Virginia/West Virginia Region as a 2019 “Caught-in-Culture” Superstar. Waller was one of three agents, out of nearly five thousand, to receive the annual honor for real estate and impact contributions during 2019.
In her acceptance speech, Waller spoke about the various initiatives she has been involved in. This includes a $24,000+ per year Main Street meeting space she funds for her Front Royal/Warren County community, the $12,000+ she’s given through the years in scholarships to local seniors, the nonprofit center in which she provides free office space in Front Royal, her interest-free loans to help those in need and her community video interviews. She also discussed her international mission work which includes over $25,000 in personal contributions to a new primary school in a remote village in Uganda (named the Front Royal Light up Academy) in addition to the funding of a music studio and financially supporting vulnerable children in Uganda’s capital city of Kampala.
Waller was also selected as one of America’s Top 100 Real Estate Agents® for Virginia – Greater Virginia in 2019.
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