The honor was awarded in “recognition of 40 cumulative years of membership in the NAR and in recognition of his valuable and lasting contribution to the real estate profession,” said a press release announcing the award.
Salzman received the award earlier this month at the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors’ annual meeting. He also received a gold 40-year lapel pin.
Salzman says his greatest satisfaction can’t be measured by the number of homes he’s sold, but by the relationships he formed with families and the number of repeat transactions, now which often include grandchildren of original clients.
“Knowing that with my investment banking background and years of experience in selling real estate, I am able to help clients realize their personal home-ownership dreams – that’s the key to what keeps me motivated,” he said.