Realty Executives Associates is pleased to announce it has expanded its regional footprint with the addition of the Dwight Price Group, based in Maryville, TN. The newly renovated offices of the Dwight Price Group are located at 537 W. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville. Having worked in the Foothills area for 20 years and serving in Blount, Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Anderson and Sevier Counties, Dwight Price, his daughter Sara and the entire group knows the local real estate market and is ready to lend their expertise to home buyers and sellers. Since 1980, the Dwight Price Group has provided Maryville and surrounding areas in Tennessee with the full real estate experience, offering a full complement of services and specialists to help homeowners buy and sell their properties.Continue reading
Realty Executives is excited to welcome top-producing agent Kim Anderson to Realty Executives Northern Arizona. With over 25 years of extensive real estate knowledge and experience in Payson and the Rim Country area, Anderson heads one of the top real estate teams in the market.
Anderson, a 20 year resident of Payson herself, is an active member of the community and has built an extremely successful career specializing in first-time home buyers, luxury homes, golf communities and more. Using her skills in negotiation, marketing and technology, Anderson creates the best experience for her clients.
Realty Executives of Hickory honors Executive Keith Aaron with annual Horizon award, adds Marcia Denis Norris to the high ranking team.
Each year, the company recognizes an Executive who has shown exceptional growth and promise in their early real estate career. This year, Realty Executives recognizes Aaron as the Horizon Award recipient.
Realty Executives is proud of Aaron and his dedication to bring clients professionalism and quality service. This hard work also allowed Realty Executives of Hickory to win “Hickory’s Finest Real Estate Firm” in Hickory Daily Record’s 2018, “Best of Catawba Valley.”
To contact Aaron, call 828-578-8400 or visit www.realtyexecs.net
Marcia Denise Norris has joined Realty Executives of Hickory at 785 U.S. 70 SW where she will specialize in the marketing and sales of real estate. She is also a member of the Catawba Valley Association of Realtors and the national and state Realtor associations.
Realty Executives Midwest believes in giving back to the community in which they live and work. Recently, Broker Joan Wayman assisted in organizing the Rotary Club of Darien, Illinois’ Taste of Route 66 event. This annual event features local restaurants who create delicious samples for ticket holders. People are also able to bid online to purchase donated items. All proceeds benefit a local Food for Kids Program put in place to help food-insecure children bring meals home on Fridays during the school year, as many families may be dependent on school sponsored lunches. Every six weeks, Wayman coordinates the Rotary Club members and local volunteers to buy and pack over 1,100 food bags for school social workers to privately place into the children’s backpacks. This years, the Taste of Route 66 event raised over $31,000 to help buy and pack nutritional meals for 200+ elementary students.
At Realty Executives, we dedicate ourselves to the four pillars of our value proposition: Brand, Technology, Concierge and Training. Each one of these pillars plays an integral role in every enhancement we make for our network, with the ultimate goal to maintain healthy company growth and a successful future for all. Our network is made up of innovators and entrepreneurs, which is why for over 50 years Realty Executives has been the trusted real estate expert by the most productive, efficient and successful professionals. The four pillars of our value proposition are a true representation of why our network continues to choose Realty Executives as the place to call home.
Realty Executives Integrity is proud to announce Pat Wunderlich’s involvement in the 25th annual Ladies Theme Luncheon, which has now raised over $425,000 since its inception. The women’s group “Designing Women for a Cause”, where Wunderlich is a member, began 25 years ago and is a fundraising group that has been participating in the annual spring luncheon since the beginning. The group and luncheon raise money to support the charity ACAP (Adaptive Community Approach Program). Over the years, the popularity of their efforts has led to the addition of a cocktail party and most recently, a public viewing. The women’s group started as a modest home and school group but is now instrumental in the support of ACAP and other local non-profits.
Duane Washkowiak, the Broker/Owner of Realty Executives East Valley and vice president of the SouthEast Valley Regional Association of REALTORS® (SEVRAR) is celebrating 15 years since he established the SEVRAR Leadership Development Program. Founded in 2004, the leadership program works to build local communities and create better leaders and REALTORS®.
Washkowiak designed the program after graduating from the Tempe Leadership Program and brought his experience to SEVRAR. He realized that behind every successful REALTOR® is a sense of community and the more you know about and are involved in your community, the more successful you are likely to be.
As a leader of a real estate team, you are likely always trying to find new ways to inspire growth and motivation in your agents. But often it can be difficult to figure out how to do so. Whether your team is large or small, you are new or experienced in your leadership role, there are plenty of ways you can lead your team to be as successful as they can be. Here are some tips for how you can use your leadership position to drive your real estate team to success.
Congratulations to Realty Executives Elite’s Megan Beechen for being selected by REALTOR® Magazine for the 30 Under 30 Class of 2019. Serving the Chicagoland Suburbs in Illinois, Beechen has quickly became a top producer at her brokerage and in her market.
Each year, REALTOR® Magazine selects 30 outstanding young real estate professionals that strive for excellence in their field to the 30 Under 30 class. Hundreds of real estate agents and brokers applied while only 50 were chosen to go to the public for voting. One of the applicants moves forward from the public voting, while the other 29 are chosen by judges. The final 30 young professionals selected will be featured in the May-June issue of REALTOR® Magazine.
Far too many buyers and sellers hire the very first real estate agent they contact. But real estate transactions are a big deal, and you deserve the best possible representation. Before you choose your real estate agent, invest some time in researching multiple agents and finding the agent that best suits you.
First, do your homework! You should be able to learn a lot about your agent candidates online. Including things like: