Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors named 2019 Extraordinary Brokerage
Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors, of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, was recently honored as Realty Executives International’s Extraordinary Brokerage of the Year at the 2019 Annual Conference held in Scottsdale, Arizona. The award is given annually to the brokerage that exemplifies the Realty Executives brand through culture, technology and the continuation of forward thinking leadership.
Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors, with 13 branch offices and over 300 real estate professionals throughout northern New Jersey and Pike County in Pennsylvania affiliated with Realty Executives 10 years ago under the leadership of Kyle Poskitt, COO and President Doug Radford. The brokerage has grown consistently in agents, transactional and dollar volume annually and has been recognized as one the top brokerages nationally by top real estate industry rankings. This award comes as another stepping stone of success, as Realty Executives Exceptional Realtors was named “Brokerage of the Month” in 2017. The company is known for attracting top Realtors in the area.
“We were so happy to recognize the hard work of everyone in the company at this year’s conference,” Patrick van den Bossche, president of Realty Executives International said. “The service they give their agents and clients has been aspirational to the International brand and has ensured agent success. The Extraordinary Brokerage award is a great addition to the already established success the company has achieved.”
“Our company has been so successful because of our experienced and knowledgeable agents.” Radford said.
Local Edward Jones branch office administrator attends regional meeting
Kathie Coleman, of the financial services firm Edward Jones, recently attended a regional meeting in Florham Park to exchange work-related ideas with other branch office administrators. The meeting was one of more than 250 meetings held throughout the United States and Canada.
Coleman is the branch office administrator for Terence Wynne, the Edward Jones financial advisor at 40 Park Place in Newton. Most Edward Jones offices are staffed by one financial advisor and one branch office administrator. Responsibilities of the branch office administrator involve the day-to-day operation of the office, which may include anything from answering the telephone and servicing accounts to organizing seminars and managing marketing campaigns.
"This meeting was a wonderful opportunity for me," Coleman said. "My job includes such a wide range of responsibilities that it's always helpful to speak with other branch office administrators and see how they handle their duties."