Who got hired or promoted this week? Here’s our weekly rundown, in chronological order.
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Move, which operates realtor.com, announced that Suhail Ansari is the company’s new Chief Technology Officer. “Suhail is a leader with a proven track record for leveraging data and technology to improve customer insights and experiences,” said Ryan O’Hara, Chief Executive Officer of Move, in a statement. “We are committed to looking for new and innovative ways to help homebuyers and sellers with one of the biggest financial decisions they will ever make and Suhail’s experience will help us move faster.”
International real estate firm Hines has brought back Mario Abbadessa to lead the company’s investment in Italy. “Italy has long been and continues to be a strategic market for Hines. Mario’s return to the firm allows Hines to continue building on the legacy we have developed in Italy with new opportunities to continue to invest and develop here,” said Hines CEO Michael Topham in a statement.
Mark Hughes has joined Clayton Holdings, a provider of loan due diligence, surveillance and other services to the mortgage industry, as the company’s new Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Mark’s dynamic background –with deep experience on both the sales and operational sides of the business — make him a fantastic fit to lead Clayton’s sales and marketing efforts,” said Joseph D’Urso, president of Clayton, in a statement. “He has an excellent reputation within the securities and lending communities and is recognized as a thought leader in due diligence and private-label securitization.”
Christopher DeLorenzo and Ricardo Cardoso were both promoted at Mack-Cali Realty Corporation; DeLorenzo is the company’s new Executive Vice President of Leasing, and Cardoso is Chief Investment Officer. “With a strong portfolio of ideally positioned urban, waterfront, and suburban assets that provide the core amenities tenants desire, Mack-Cali’s strategic plan is a roadmap for creating value for our stakeholders,” said DeLorenzo in a statement. “I am looking forward to being a part of the team that helps lead Mack-Cali during this exciting time.” In the same statement, Cardoso added, “With the Company’s new leadership, I look forward to creating a forward-looking portfolio through the disposition of non-core assets and growing our holdings in transit-based locations. We will be focused on making smart capital investments to our existing properties, all with goal of creating a competitive, best-in-class portfolio.”
Long & Foster Real Estate has named Maryanne Moyers as the new managing broker of its Woodbridge/Prince William County Parkway office. “I’m thrilled to lead the team of real estate professionals here in Woodbridge, and I look forward to sharing my industry knowledge and expertise to help these highly skilled Realtors to achieve continued success in the business,” said Moyers in a statement. “I also look forward to helping our agents support their clients, making use of the tools, technology and training that Long & Foster has to offer.”
This week’s hires
Allen Vance is the new Vice President of Operations for the Western Region at Douglas Elliman. “It is an honor and great opportunity for all of us here at Douglas Elliman to be able to bring a leader such as Allen Vance into our operations in the Western States,” said Howard M. Lorber, Chairman of Douglas Elliman, in a statement.
LenderLive, an end-to-end mortgage service provider, has appointed Scott Banks as its Senior Vice President of Finance, Mortgage Services. “At LenderLive, we are committed to providing our customers with a superior level of service,” said Dave Vida, President of Mortgage Services, in a statement. “Scott is a proven leader and industry veteran whose addition to the team will make us better able to serve our clients’ individual needs and provide solutions that will help them stay compliant in the ever-changing regulatory environment.”
Realogy announced that Tanya Reu-Narvaez and Darlene Lapola will expand their leadership roles to oversee the company’s focus on diversity and inclusion. “The solid partnerships that Realogy has nurtured over the past several years have underscored our passionate commitment to identifying and serving the diverse needs of homebuyers and sellers across all markets,” said Sunita Holzer, chief human resources officer for Realogy, in a statement. “With these continued relationships and the knowledge gained from forging them, we are shifting our focus internally to expand the depth and breadth of diversity and inclusion initiatives across our enterprise.”
Matthew White is the newly elected area representative with the Real Property Section of the Virginia State Bar. “RGS Title is fortunate to have an attorney like Matt representing the Real Property Section of the Virginia State Bar Association. As a managing attorney with RGS Title, this leadership position provides Matt the opportunity to teach real estate agents the most current and pertinent material in the real estate field,” said Gina Parello, regional vice president and branch manager/counsel at RGS Title, in a statement.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty brought on three new branch managers: Jeremy Cunningham in the company’s Vienna and Oakton offices, Michael Mulvey in its Federal Hill office and Diane Taylor in its Howard County office. “Each one of these highly skilled managers are industry leaders who have built successful real estate careers through hard work, integrity and a winning attitude,” said Kevin Wiles, president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty Mid-Atlantic, in a statement. “All three managers bring a wealth of experience and significant career achievements to the Realtor community.”
Gary David Hall is the new Chief Customer Officer at Realvolve. “Bringing Gary onboard is like adding the John Wooden of real estate software to our talent team — wisdom matters,” said Dave Crumby, CEO and Founder of Realvolve, in a statement. “Gary brings deep domain expertise in how CRMs must work for real estate agents and brokers, along with an indispensable playbook in how top producers grow their businesses.”
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