Alex Milshteyn


Thank you for taking the time to learn more about my background and my campaign to become a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Realtors. I specialize in residential property sales in the Greater Ann Arbor Area. I have earned an extraordinary reputation selling real estate by combining my enthusiasm and passion for first class service with rigorous market research and the utmost respect for business ethics. Through my 16 years of experience, I have handled well over 2,000 property sales in which I have represented my clients through many difficult obstacles in a real estate transaction to ultimately end with a happy result of meeting my clients’ goals.

I pride myself on a strong commitment to the community, and I spend hundreds of hours volunteering for organizations such as the City of Ann Arbor Planning Commission, City of Ann Arbor Zoning Board of Appeals, Ann Arbor Art Center, Washtenaw Technical Middle College, and many others. I also serve the real estate community by being a Board Member of the Michigan Association of Realtors, Board Member of the Council of Residential Specialists, and I also serve on the Professional Development Committee of the National Association of Realtors. In 2010, I served as the President of the Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors.

In recent year I was chosen as the Top 30 REALTORS in the nation Under 30 by REALTOR Magazine, the Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors Realtor of the Year, and Crain’s Detroit 20 In their 20’s. I was raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I am a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a degree in Business and Marketing. In my spare time I like staying active, you can usually find me at a spinning studio or doing CrossFit, or running on the many streets of Ann Arbor.

Why am I running for NAR Director? I am very concerned about the future of NAR and our industry. We have very important questions to answer in the coming years, those questions include: Is the NAR model still relevant, fair and accessible? Does the model support a dynamic, effective and efficient NAR that can best achieve its mission? What does the ideal NAR Membership structures look like that can accomplish this? Our industry is being attacked one way or another each and every single day, including attacks by the government with new regulations, attacks by third party listing portals, among many other attacks. I want to be a leader ahead of these attacks so that NAR doesn’t fail homeowners and us across this country.

I hope to receive your support!


Alex Milshteyn, CRS, GRI
Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel


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