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KANSAS CITY, MO-A merger is taking place between the Metropolitan Board of Realtors andthe Johnson County Board of Realtors, each of which has a commercialreal estate division. The newly formed organization will be called theKansas City Regional Association of Realtors.

The merger was approved by both boards of directors last week. A designcommittee is working on guidelines for the new group, as well as toselect a CEO. The association will begin its functions by Jan 1.

About 3,400 Realtors are members of the Kansas City group andapproximately 3,100 Realtors belong to the Johnson County board.

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