In 2010 the Long Island Board of REALTORS®, Inc. (LIBOR) celebrated 100 years of Long Island real estate. The not-for-profit trade association, which represents over 20,000 real estate professionals in Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens, was formed in 1910. From its inception, LIBOR has stayed true to the goal of furthering the best interests of those engaged in real estate and the need to protect real property rights of the public.
In recognition of this Anniversary, citations were received from Queens County, presented by Queens Borough President Helen Marshall; Suffolk County, presented by Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy and Nassau County, presented by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano. The citations will be placed on display at the Jackson Heights, West Babylon and Woodbury Realtor® Service Centers respectively. LIBOR is honored to have reached this milestone and looks forward to the challenges and opportunities that the next 100 years will offer Long Island Realtors®.
Here is a documented history of the accomplishments of the Board over the past 100 years: