Realty Executives has donated funds to The American Red Cross in support of Hurricane Irma relief efforts in Florida and the Southeastern U.S. The company matched a contribution made towards Hurricane Harvey relief efforts earlier this month, when profits earned from Texas operations in 2017 were donated to the Red Cross.
Realty Executives has donated the profits earned from Texas operations in 2017 to The American Red Cross in support of Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. With 17 brokerages throughout the state of Texas, Realty Executives is home to thousands of Brokers, Executives (agents), and staff in the region.
“We’ve been on the phone checking on our people in the area, and several of our employees have family along the Texas Coastal Bend, so we want to do what we can. We know that the Red Cross’ relief efforts are comprehensive and wanted to provide support in a practical way,” says Alysia Heun, VP of Franchise Services at Realty Executives International.
In addition to the donation, the company is mobilizing its network of thousands to provide support to victims who are part of the Realty Executives family.
CEO Faceoff: David Tedesco is Owler’s highest ranking real estate leader for the second quarter in a row
Realty Executives is proud to announce that David Tedesco has been ranked the no. 1 leader in real estate according to community-based business insights platform, Owler.
Owler just released their quarterly CEO Faceoff, a head-to-head matchup comparing crowdsourced business insights on leaders in their real estate competitive set, and Tedesco is at the top of the list with a rating of 97 percent.
Realty Executives agents named in REAL Trends “The Thousand” and “America’s Best Real Estate Agents” rankings
Realty Executives is proud to announce that 55 teams and close to 90 individual agents have been featured in REAL Trends annual report, America’s Best Real Estate Agents, with the highest ranking agents and teams also included in REAL Trends renowned list, The Thousand. The prestigious national awards rankings represent less than 1 percent of America’s real estate practitioners.
This year Canada is celebrating its sesquicentennial, 150 years of being a nation, and Realty Executives is proud to be a part of the fabric of this wonderful country.
“It’s an exciting time to be in real estate, especially in terms of the future growth of the industry. We have an incoming generation of young REALTORS® and the opportunity to provide them with education and a foundation that they will undoubtedly use to shape the real estate landscape,” says Wayne Zuk, Saskatchewan Regional Developer and Broker/Owner of Realty Executives Saskatoon.
Neil Mathweg is a social media superstar. He’s a sought-after influencer when it comes to Snapchat for real estate, and he completely dominates Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and all of the big social platforms. However, he is probably most well-known for his podcast Onion Juice.
“Onion Juice provides value to real estate agents who are tired of chasing business, and instead want to attract business,” he explains. “It’s for the real estate agent who wants to challenge the status quo, be an artist, be authentic. It’s for the agent who wants to be a media company that happens to sell real estate.”
What can homeowners, buyers and sellers expect in 2017? Real estate experts have a positive outlook for 2017 and are predicting continued growth. “Opportunities in the Canadian market continue to be abundant but no two markets are the same,” says Frank Magliocco, partner and national real estate practice leader at PwC Canada.
Commenting on the U.S. market, National Association of Home Builders Chairman Ed Brady said, “Ongoing job growth, low mortgage rates and rising incomes are contributing to a firming housing market and economy.” He added, “Though some areas are recovering faster than others, the overall trend is positive.”
Here are three trends that are expected to have a significant impact on housing over the next 12 months:
Questions about how the 2016 presidential election is going to affect the housing market have been top-of-mind over the last 12 months. And with real estate magnate Donald Trump being voted into office as America’s 45th president, experts are taking a closer look at his policies and campaign promises.
However, the answer to this question is different depending on your location, so we reached out to real estate professionals across the country:
Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors of New Jersey recently celebrated their 15th anniversary. At an event hosted by owners Doug Radford and Kyle Poskitt, they acknowledged the outstanding work of their support staff, management team, dedicated associates and industry partners, saying, “It takes an incredible group of talented professionals working together to make it all happen.”
According to Radford, the partners teamed up in 2001 “with a dream of offering superior client service” and have now grown to over 260 Executives in 12 branches. The brokerage has offices throughout Northern New Jersey, Upstate New York and Northeastern Pennsylvania, including Butler, Byram, Fairfield, Little Falls, Oakland, Pompton Plains, Randolph, Sparta, Vernon, West Milford and Woodland Park in New Jersey, and Milford in Pennsylvania. The firm also has affiliated companies that offer mortgage, title and home warranty services.
Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors recently received national recognition in the 2016 REAL Trends 500 report, placing in the top 500 real estate companies in the country ranked by closed unit transaction volume.
“Our associates and our clients love our company, because we have professionals handling every aspect of the marketing and administration behind the scenes. Our support center staff handles all incoming phone calls and internet home inquiries and seamlessly forwards all calls and inquiries directly to the homes’ listing agent. Who knows the house better than the listing agent?” asks Radford. “As logical as this system sounds, we are the only brokerage in New Jersey that operates this way,” he adds.
The firm is continuing to grow and expand, with plans to open their 13th office in Wayne, New Jersey this summer. “We are looking forward to another 15 years of success for the Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors® brokerage, as well as the continued growth and development of the Realty Executives brand throughout New Jersey,” says Radford.
On Thursday, June 23, 2016, 52% of Britons voted ‘yes’ to a referendum proposing that Britain withdraw from the European Union, an economic and political partnership of 28 European countries. Brexit, or Britain’s Exit from the EU, triggered uncertainty about future economic relations with the UK and EU, and sent shockwaves throughout the world.
Shortly after the results were revealed, David Cameron announced his intention to resign as Prime Minister, the British Pound dropped to its lowest level in 31 years, and UK stocks fell drastically as well.
Noting the importance of the UK to the global economy, the IMF has cut its forecasts for global growth and financial experts worldwide are predicting what effect the EU referendum will have on their own regional economies.
But how will Brexit affect the real estate markets in Canada and America?