For such a tight-knit industry, real estate has a lot of players, and we’re keeping track of them in our Making Moves feature. Stay up to date on your colleagues in the industry, where they’ve been and where they’re going.
RE/MAX Traditions of Richmond,Texas, has merged with RE/MAX Fine Properties of Sugar Land, Texas, to increase resources and support for agents and better serve the community of Fort Bend County.
The new chief executive previously served as CEO of the Women’s Council of Realtors®.
Vu brings 14 years of managerial and organizational experience to her new role with United, where she will focus on recruiting, compliance and growth.
The Atlanta-based homebuilding giant will replace the outgoing executive with its senior vice president for field operations.
Compass has announced a new CFO: Kalani Reelitz, the former CFO and COO of Cushman & Wakefield Americas. He will be based out of Chicago.
Jenny Sepulveda has been chosen to lead Guaranteed Rate’s combined business development, training and coaching division.
Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX, Inc. named Allen Hartman executive chairman. The real estate investment trust also named Mark Torok, formerly Hartman’s chief operating officer, to succeed Hartman as CEO.
In his new position, Henry will focus on multifamily investment opportunities in Austin and Houston. He has eight years of experience in commercial real estate and previously served as vice president of investments at StoneRiver Company.
RE/MAX Holdings, Inc. has named Grady Ligon as its new chief information officer. Ligon brings 20-plus years of experience to the position, as well as his proven track record for integrating technology to enhance business growth.
O’Neill will now oversee The NRP Group’s expansion efforts in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston, as well as new western markets like Arizona and Colorado.