Patricia L. Ohmberger, CRS, GRI, AHWD, PMN, LTG, SFT, with HOME Real Estate in Lincoln, Nebraska was honored as the 2013 Nebraska REALTOR® of the Year during the Nebraska REALTORS® Association Convention and Exhibition, April 15-17. The Nebraska REALTOR® of the Year is the highest honor awarded by the Nebraska REALTORS® Association, and is given to a member who exemplifies service not only to the association, but to the community and the real estate industry at large.
For the Nebraska REALTORS® Association, Ohmberger is a former state association president and currently serves on the following committees: Senator Contact Team, Participation Task Force, Graduate REALTORS® Institute (GRI) Board of Governors, REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) Trustees, Governmental Affairs, RPAC Fundraisers, Statewide Professional Standards Review, Past Presidents’ Advisory, Nominating and Convention.
Pat is a past president of the REALTORS® Association of Lincoln (RAL), and has served on various committees including Public Policy, Board of Directors and RPAC. Currently, she serves on the Multiple Listing Service, Housing Advocacy, Governmental Affairs and Past Presidents committees for RAL. Pat was also the 2004 REALTOR® of the Year for RAL, 2005 state and local Member of the Year for the Women’s Council of REALTORS® (WCR), 2007 WCR Lincoln Business Woman of the Year and served as the Regional Vice President for WCR in 2005 and 2012.
For the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (NAR), Pat served as the Nebraska Representative for the Major Investors Council in 2012 and continues in that role for 2013. Pat is also a 2011 graduate of NAR’s Leadership Academy.
Pat was born in Crete, Nebraska. She and her husband Jim live in Lincoln. Pat has two children, 2 grandchildren and is a step mom and step grandmother to her husband’s two children and three grandchildren.
Since 1917, the Nebraska REALTORS® Association has served as The Voice for Real Estate in Nebraska™. Our 4,000 plus members subscribe to the REALTOR® Code of Ethics and take pride in the communities in which we work, serve and live.