(Standing ~ left to right) Bob Sweeten (Treasurer), David Taylor (Vice President), Hamp Wilson (Director), Lloyd Sherman (Director)

(Sitting ~ left to right) Lindsey Wright (Secretary), Deb Seibert (President) and Clara Nicolosi (Past President) Monita Collins and Lydia McCarthy are not shown in picture


Hot Springs Village

Board of REALTORS®

                                             OFFICERS 2019


PRESIDENT                        Deb Seibert

VICE PRESIDENT                David Taylor

SECRETARY                        Lindsey Wright

TREASURER                        Bob Sweeten


These Directors will serve a two-year term 2019 - 2020:

Hamp Wilson

Lloyd Sherman

These Directors are in the 2nd year of two-year term:

Lydia McCarthy

Monita Collins

Why Use a REALTOR®?  

More than two million people nationwide have licenses to sell real estate, of which more than one million belong to the National Association of REALTORS®. Only N.A.R. members are entitled to use the term REALTOR®.

N.A.R. members must adhere to a strict code of ethics. By joining N.A.R., individuals have access to a wide range of classes, seminars and certification opportunities. Local REALTOR® groups are active in community service, economic development, local politics, and other neighborhood organizations.

In essence, local REALTORS® are the community experts. They track real estate trends, share neighborhood concerns and participate in local matters. They’re good neighbors who are in the business of helping others buy and sell homes.

Code of Ethics     

The Hot Springs Village Board of REALTORS® has a cooperative agreement with the Arkansas REALTORS® Association to provide professional standards and grievance committee services including, COE Enforcement, Mediation, Arbitration, Citation and Ombudsman services.  More information is provided to Board members and to consumers at the following websites.






The REALTORS®  Political Action Committee (RPAC) gives REALTORS® a powerful voice to help develop, advance and implement legislative objectives that affect the real estate business and the ownership and operation of real estate, RPAC supports pro-REALTOR®  candidates running for public office.  It does not matter if the candidate is part of the Republican or Democratic Party as long as they are part of the REALTOR®  Party.  At NAR, the RPAC team is proactive with direct fundraising efforts and education-based programs.

For more information please click the link below:




Did you know that there is a very helpful website for Home Owners?  

You will receive some really helpful and informative guidance that could help YOU with being a Home Owner.  

Please click on the link below for further information.


So, Why Does Home Ownership Matter?

Life is filled with tough choices and Americans are facing a big one:

Should we continue to support the dream of home ownership?

Survey data continues to show that the vast majority of Americans believe

that buying a home is a solid financial decision.

When asked for reasons about why, popular answers include:

If you are a homeowner, you likely agree with these and can probably come

 up with a few more.

Have You Signed The Homeowner Bill of Rights?

It’s time to stand up and be counted!

Did you know that homeowners pay between 80 and 90 percent

of all federal income taxes?  If you are a homeowner, show you

 support now for a Homeowner Bill of Rights. Sign it now!

Sign It Now



Scholarship Winners

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High School Seniors receive local Board of REALTORS® Scholarship

The Hot Springs Village Board of REALTORS® gives back to the local community in many ways.  One eligible senior from a high school in the Hot Springs Village area is a recipient of the Hot Springs Village Board of REALTORS® (HSVBOR) scholarship each year.

The Scholarship winner for 2018-19 is:   

Tyler Zander -Recipient for Mountain Pine High School

From Left to Right:  Clara Nicolosi, Tim Kinsey, Tyler Zander, Karen Mallonee and David Taylor

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Carington Sibley was the recipient for Jessieville High School for 2017-2018

and will be returning to SAU in the Fall 2018

“Congratulations to both of these deserving students!”