Lorri Molnar has helped people buy and sell homes for over 40 years! She loves to be part of the excitement and happiness when home buyers find the house of their dreams and when sellers are offered price they want.
At the Columbus Board of Realtors Lorri has served on several committees and primarily focuses on “E and E” . The first E is Education serving 15 plus years on the Residential Education Committee and chairing that committee in 2009. Lorri was on the adjunct Faculty at Columbus State Community College for 12 years and taught all licensing classes. The second “E” is Ethics as she has developed a new Ethics course for Columbus Realtors. Lorri combined her “E and E” focus in teaching the 2 hour Ethics portion of the monthly New Member Orientation from 2007-2015. She has also chaired the Grievance Committee and Leadership Academy Advisory board and is currently serving on the Education and Professional Standards Committees as well as the Leadership Academy Advisory Board. Lorri was honored as Columbus Realtors Instructor of the Year in 2008 and an unprecedented 2nd time in 2014. She is also a recipient OAR’s Excellence in Community Service Award in 2010. While at RE/MAX, she was the recipient of the Hall of Fame Award, which honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company. In 2012, less than two percent of all Affiliates earned this prestigious award. She is the current Broker at Keller Williams Capital Partners Realty in Worthington Ohio and in 2018 was awarded the honor of being named Columbus Realtors Broker of the Year.
She has earned the following distinctions:
The Accredited Buyer Representative designation is a benchmark of excellence in buyer representations. This designation is awarded to real estate practitioners by the Real Estate BUYER’S AGENT Council of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® who meet the specified educational and practical experience criteria.
The Certified Residential Brokerage Manager designation is conferred by the Real Estate Brokerage Managers Council, which is affiliated with the National Association of Realtors. Course work leading to the designation emphasizes effective real estate office management practices – as well as market trend analyses.
The Graduate Realtor Institute designation, conferred by the National Association of Realtors, is presented to Realtors who have completed a comprehensive education program in residential real estate. The program’s focus is on practical real estate training.
Realtors with the Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation help clients make wise decisions specific to seniors. Decisions such as, selling the family home, buying rental property or managing the capital gains and tax implications of owning real estate. By earning the “SRES” designation, the REALTOR has demonstrated that they have the requisite knowledge, experience and expertise to be a senior’s real estate specialist and counselor.
Lorri and her husband Ken, an attorney, have 2 children and 5 grandchildren, She is an Eucharistic Minister at St Brigids of Kildaire in Dublin and a 40 year volunteer for the Memorial Tournament. She was named Volunteer of the Year in 2001.
The natural process of buying and selling real estate is condusive to developing friendships and ongoing interest and care in each other’s lives. Lorri keeps in touch with clients through monthly newsletters.