Commissioner Lowe Appointed District Director to the 2015 ARELLO Board of Directors

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Judy LoweJudy Lowe, Arizona Department of Real Estate Commissioner, proudly accepted the appointment as a District Director of the 2015 ARELLO Board of Directors during the September 18, 2014 Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 In this capacity, Commissioner Lowe will work collaboratively with agencies from across the U.S. and the world to further the mission of protecting the public.

 ARELLO was founded in 1930 with the purpose of facilitating the exchange of information and cooperation among regulators as well as policy makers for the Real Estate industry.

 Commissioner Lowe commented that, “the core values of ARELLO align with the Arizona Department of Real Estate’s mission to, “protect the public interest through licensure and regulation of the real estate profession in Arizona,”.

 Core values of ARELLO include protection of the public interest; freedom from undue influence; the exchange of information and the creation of knowledge; and an inclusive community, with cooperation among regulators and jurisdictions.

 Commissioner Lowe is proud to accept this duty and looks forward to representing the State of Arizona on the 2015 ARELLO Board of Directors.

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