Keller Williams, Exton
38 Years of REALTOR® Membership
Please expand on your previous leadership experience
- President of Chester County Association of REALTORS®- 1996
- On BOD for many years
- Chairman of Board at Suburban West REALTORS® Association 2015
- Board of Directors at Tri-County Suburban REALTORS®
- On the merger task force for both Chester County Association of REALTORS® and Suburban West/Montgomery County Association
- On BOD at Tri-County Suburban REALTORS® since merger.
- Broker of Record since 2014 at Keller Williams, Exton Office with over 330 agents, largest and most productive office in Chester County
What role do you hope to play on the Board?
What Association benefits and/or offerings have provided you the most value in your business?
- Education Classes
What industry trends do you feel will affect our association in the upcoming years?
Costs – we should look into a better way to have fees especially for teams that have Admins and others that do not list and sell houses but must apply and pay for the association fees. A good reduction of costs of running a REALTOR®’s business is and will be the number one reasons that agents leave the business, and the teams and offices lose agents.
What do you think should be the priority issues being addressed by the Association today?
Education – more free classes on forms, etc. Maybe classes on the agreement of sale as well, to help the smaller brokers help to educate their agents and give them more training
Why are you interested in serving on the Board of Directors?
To continue giving back to the Association as I have done over the years, to keep the “HISTORY” alive within the ever changing Association and Leadership within the Association. The BOD needs to be a cross section of the makeup of our members, both large/small offices and geographic areas so that the leadership is not concentrated in one area or one type of Brokerage.