Bill White elected to head the Virginia Association of Realtors
William A. “Bill” White Jr., president and owner of Joyner Fine Properties in Richmond, has been elected to be the 2016 president of the Virginia Association of Realtors (VAR).
Joyner succeeds Deborah A Baisden as the top volunteer elected leader of VAR, the largest trade association in the state with more than 31,000 members. White, who has held a number of leadership and committee positions on VAR’s board over the years, assumes the presidency in November.
During his over 30-year career in real estate, White has been involved in most aspects of commercial and residential sales and development. He holds several designations from the National Association of Realtors, is a past president of the Richmond Association of Realtors and the Roanoke Valley Association of Realtors.
As president and owner of Richmond-based Joyner Fine Properties since 1998, White runs a full-service real estate company with more than 200 agents and staff with residential, commercial, farm and estate, and property management divisions in three locations plus two satellite sales centers.