Harry Norman, Jr. First Inductee into Georgia Realtors Hall of Fame
Posted by Mallory Schrampfer — March 2, 2012
ATLANTA, GA – Harry Norman, Jr., an icon in Atlanta residential real estate history, is among the first inductees into the Georgia Realtors Association's Hall of Fame. Norman, president of Harry Norman, Realtors from 1956 until 1994, was inducted on Feb. 10 along with five other Atlantans who shaped the city's real estate industry during its early boom years in the 1900s: Ed and Johnny Isakson, Al H. Jennings, Jr., J. Carl Schultz and Ward Wight, Sr.
A national leader, Harry Norman, Jr. directed the National Association of Realtors and was a founding member and twice president of the First Multiple Listing Service. Locally he helped launch the Buckhead Coalition and was president of Atlanta Board of Realtors. He also helped found Masterminds, now Realty Alliance, an association of the country's largest independent real estate firms.
Two years before Mr. Norman died in 2002, the Atlanta Board of Realtors honored him as "The outstanding individual who through his leadership and initiative has brought about a significant change, the result of which brought a lasting benefit to individuals, the Atlanta community and the real estate industry."
About Harry Norman, REALTORS®
Founded in 1930, Harry Norman, REALTORS ® is Atlanta’s oldest and largest residential real estate firm with 12 sales offices, various franchise and satellite offices, and more than 1,000 real estate professionals. Harry Norman, REALTORS ® is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Harry Norman, REALTORS ® is the exclusive Atlanta affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate and achieves additional international exposure through membership in such exclusive real estate networks as Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate and Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®. More information is available at www.harrynorman.com.