#C21News: August 2017

Summer certainly ended on a high note for Century 21 Real Estate. Read more below about the significant franchise growth and impressive achievements that occurred in August.

 

New Franchise Spotlight

iProperties Hawaii, an independent real estate firm based in Honolulu, HI, announced that it has joined the CENTURY 21® Franchise System and will do business as CENTURY 21 iProperties Hawaii. Abe Lee, the owner and a 43-year veteran in the local real estate industry, said he is “excited about joining the CENTURY 21 brand, one of the most recognized real estate brands in the world. Not only can we benefit from the incredible reputation the franchise has through the global system, but the brand’s cutting-edge tools and technologies will enhance the level of service we provide to our clients.” Read more here.

Community Partners Realty, an independently owned and operated real estate brokerage company in Winder, GA, joined the CENTURY 21® Franchise System. The firm will do business as CENTURY 21 Community Partners Realty. Owner Tim Hill has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate and construction industry, and he and his team of agents have become a go-to source for land and farm sales throughout the region. “We’re primed and ready to take full advantage of not only the tools and technology the brand offers, but also the tremendous support of our fellow offices within the System. The international reach of the brand will now be a critical advantage for our clients,” said Hill. Read more here.

 

Franchise Growth

CENTURY 21 Premiere Properties, which first opened in Norwalk, OH, opened a third office in Fremont, OH. Broker and owner Annette Wilcox expressed excitement about the expansion, noting that it “will enable us to introduce area consumers to its array of real estate services, including specialty-market programs such as the CENTURY 21 Fine Homes and Estates and the CENTURY 21 Commercial programs.” Read more here.

 

Achievements

Representing 1.2 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries, The National Association of REALTORS® is America’s largest trade association and one of the most influential organizations in the business. Two of our affiliates, John Kmiecik and Vicky Silvano, earned leadership positions within the organization in August.

CENTURY 21 Affiliated’s John Kmiecik was named the Chair of the Business Issues Policy Committee for the National Association of REALTORS®. Kmiecik has extensive experience in the industry, having been a sales agent, managing broker, and company owner. “Together with all those who see value in volunteering their time and energy for REALTORS® everywhere, I stand ready and able to face NAR’s challenges and opportunities,” said Kmiecik. Read more here.

CENTURY 21 SGR, Inc.’s Vicky Silvano was named the National Association of REALTORS®’ Global Real Estate Committee Liaison. As the 2016 national chair of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), Silvano brings a wealth of experience and knowledge on the global front via AREAA’s successful trade missions. Read more here.

 

Leadership

Former Zillow executive Nick Bailey was named President & CEO of Century 21 Real Estate. Bailey is a licensed broker and has over 20 years of real estate industry experience as a leader in franchising, brokerage, management, and technology. “Nick brings a unique mix of leadership experience and industry insights to our company and we are eager to see him lead the CENTURY 21® brand into the future,” said John Peyton, the president and chief executive officer of Realogy Franchise Group LLC, parent company of Century 21 Real Estate LLC. Bailey added, “It’s an honor to be taking the reins at Century 21 Real Estate at a time when this iconic brand is experiencing tremendous growth around the world, and the foundation for its success is in its recognition as a global leader in real estate services.” Read more here.

 

Check back next month for the latest Century 21 Real Estate News briefing.

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