Type: News
Date: 04/13/2016

Grady Invited to Become Member of The Counselors of Real Estate

Taft partner Graham C. Grady has been invited to become a member of The Counselors of Real Estate. Membership in The Counselors is a professional distinction, as this professional organization is limited to 1,100 real estate professionals worldwide. An invitation to join is extended only after serious consideration of one’s character, experience, knowledge, judgment and activity as a real estate counselor.

Members of The Counselors emphasize the value of the services of the real estate counselor to the public and are pledged to maintain the highest standards of professional conduct and service in the field of real estate counseling.

Grady will attend The Counselors’ Annual Convention September 25-28 in Washington, D.C., where he will be officially welcomed to the organization through a series of special events.

Grady focuses his real estate practice on helping clients solve problems they encounter with units of local government. With a focus on the city of Chicago and Cook County, Grady helps secure necessary approvals for land developments in the Chicago metropolitan area. A consensus builder and negotiator, he maintains excellent relations with community organizations, local elected officials and other stakeholders. Grady provides legal counsel for compliance, regulatory and public policy and encompasses zoning, land use, licensing, government contracts, procurement and legislative approvals.

About The Counselors of Real Estate
The Counselors of Real Estate is the membership organization established exclusively for real estate advisors who provide intelligent, unbiased and trusted advice for a client or employer. Founded in 1953, the organization serves 1,100 members worldwide, all who hold the “CRE” credential. CREs are linked to one another by their commitment to integrity, competence, community, trust and service, and they adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Practice. The purpose of the organization is to serve as an information resource and to provide its members with opportunities for professional development, knowledge sharing and networking, all grounded in a culture of camaraderie.

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