Scottsdale association names David Crozier Realtor of the Year

David Crozier, an affiliate agent with the Scottsdale Carefree office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, has been named the 2018 Realtor of the Year by the Scottsdale Association of Realtors.

David Crozier

Mr. Crozier has served on the association’s Realtors of Arizona Political Action Committee for five years.

“During my time with RAPAC, we created an outstanding group of amazing volunteers, developed a solid plan and went out to change the culture of our membership organization,” Mr. Crozier stated.

“We introduced innovative techniques that have increased member participation from 8 percent to more than 31 percent and total monies raised have grown to more than $130,000 this year. As a result of our combined efforts, our association has become the most successful major association in the state in terms of participation and dollars raised.”

Rebecca Grossman, CEO of the Scottsdale Association of Realtors, stated that “volunteers like David, help us be the best that we can be. His leadership has paved the way for others to continue the success he had during his years as chair, and I am very proud that he was chosen as our Realtor of the Year.”

Prior to working in real estate, Mr. Crozier worked for the American Red Cross, Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. and a variety of charitable organizations.

He earned his real estate license in 2004 and affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in 2009.

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