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About Stephen Gasque
Stephen Gasque is an experienced real estate professional and award-winning broadcast journalist, who combines both careers as the host of Real Estate Today, the official radio program of The National Association of REALTORS®.
Stephen is NAR’s Director of Broadcasting and Multimedia Communications, and in that role he has managed the weekly editorial content of Real Estate Today since its launch in 2009. Stephen is also the host of NAR’s video newscasts, “The Voice for Real Estate,” which streams on nar.realtor, YouTube, and REALTOR® web pages across America.
Stephen was a REALTOR® for many years. He began at a commercial real estate brokerage in Baltimore, Maryland, helping clients buy and sell investment properties. Later, Stephen worked as a manager and sales associate for several top-producing real estate brokerages in the Washington, D.C. area. He was licensed in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. However, he ended his active role as a REALTOR® when he joined NAR in 2008.
As a broadcast journalist, Stephen was a television reporter, producer, and anchor at top-rated, major market network affiliates, including WSB-TV in Atlanta, WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina, WJAR-TV in Providence, Rhode Island, and WWLP-TV in Springfield, Massachusetts. Stephen won numerous awards, including five EMMYs for broadcast excellence. Later, Stephen served as Washington Bureau Chief for Cox Broadcasting, providing daily live news coverage from the nation’s capital for nearly 30 television and radio stations across the United States.
Stephen was born in Washington, D.C., where he now resides. He received his BA degree from the Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland.