The Realty Alliance board members on Wednesday announced an interim executive officer while the group searches for a new leader to replace former CEO Charles McKee, who passed away this month.

Petey Parker will serve as interim executive officer, and will coordinate the operations of The Realty Alliance, which has 67 residential real estate companies as members.

“Our board of directors are absolutely delighted that Petey Parker has agreed to step forward as the interim executive officer while our search committee begins the arduous task of locating a new leader for The Realty Alliance”, said Sherry Chris, chairman of The Realty Alliance. “This position will require a great leader with the same real estate knowledge, background and expertise that the late Charles McKee possessed.”

The Realty Alliance was formed in 1997 by the merger of two long time real estate “think tanks” known as the Mastermind and the Dozen. In 2004 the member firms produced more than $264 billion in residential sales with 95,578 sales associates in 2,576 offices.


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