VanGrack, Machat re-elected to posts on real estate panel


May 23, 2004|By Shruti Mathur

Members of the Maryland Real Estate Commission unanimously re-elected their chairman and vice chairman for another term during a meeting last week.

The board re-elected Steven VanGrack as chairman and Sydney L. Machat as vice chairman. The one-year terms are not paid.

VanGrack is a Rockville lawyer who has been on the commission since 1996. Machat is an associate broker with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. in Washington County. He has been a member of the commission since 1995.

The commission, created by the legislature in the late 1930s, regulates the state's 40,000 real estate agents and brokers. It administers exams, issues licenses and investigates consumer complaints.

The all-volunteer panel consists of nine members appointed by the governor to staggered four-year terms.

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