Tim Hur, ABR, CIPS, CRS, SRS, GREEN, CLHMS
Managing broker, Point Honors and Associates, REALTORS® - Atlanta, Ga.
Tim Hur is a national speaker who has been actively selling since graduating from Georgia Institute of Technology 14 years ago. He currently the managing broker for Point Honors and Associates, REALTORS®, a boutique real estate firm located in Metro Atlanta. Tim currently serves the real estate community in different capacities: He was the immediate past chair of the the National Association of REALTORS® Diversity Committee and served on the 2018 NAR task force to promote and commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Fair Housing in the United States. Tim was also elected the 2018 national treasurer and secretary of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), the 2013 and 2014 president of the Atlanta Chapter of AREAA, and previously was the AREAA national policy chairman. He was also appointed by the 2013, 2014, and 2015 NAR presidents to be their liaison for South Korea. He is also a member of the Atlanta REALTORS®, Atlanta Commercial Board, and Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of REALTORS®, and has several REALTOR® designations.
Tim is on the board of the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District, and is a charter member and a past president for the Gwinnett Mosaic Rotary Club. He also serves many other non-profit organizations within the Atlanta metro area.In 2011, Tim was named one of the Top 35 Under 35 in Gwinnett County, and was consecutively named one of the Top 25 Asian Americans in Georgia from 2011 to 2015. He was appointed as one of the trustees for the Gwinnett County Public School Foundation in 2013.
His accolades include graduating from Atlanta Regional Commissions’ Regional Leadership Institute in 2010, LEAD Atlanta (a division of Leadership Atlanta) in 2012, Leadership Gwinnett in 2013, NAR Leadership Academy in 2014, Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies’ National Leadership Academy in 2014, became a fellow of the University of Southern California’s Network of Korean-Americans (NetKAL) Program in 2015, was a finalist for the prestigious German Memorial Fellowship, and was named Regional Player of the Week by the Civic League for Regional Atlanta.