Realty Executives Inc. announces new VP of Operations

Realty Executives, Inc. has named Mary Frances Coleman as its new vice president of operations.

Mary Frances Coleman

Mary Frances Coleman

Ms. Coleman will manage a broad swath of critical company and agent support initiatives, including the implementation of structural management efficiencies, agent development and training programs.

Ms. Coleman will also spearhead the creation of additional tools and services to assist the agents and their clients.

When asked about Ms. Coleman joining Realty Executives, Inc. Jeff Hawke, co-owner, replied, “As an industry leader, Realty Executives continues to add top talent to support its mission of best in class agent support and services, and that always starts with having the best people. Mary Frances couples perfectly into our culture and will help to propel us toward our short & long term strategic goals as a firm.”

Ms. Coleman is well known in the real estate industry both at a local and national level. In addition to owning a successful law practice, she joins Realty Executives, Inc. with decades of industry experience in all areas of operations, legal, risk reduction, continuing education, retention, recruiting and program management at a number of top national firms.

“I am very excited for the opportunity to be a part of this organization. The new owners of the brokerage (Jeff Murtaugh, Joel Moyes and Jeff Hawke) are true visionaries and have given me the ability to use my experience to improve upon what is already a strong foundation as a brokerage.

“My goal is to continue to provide support and service to our existing agents, while developing programs, efficiencies and tools for the new agents who join us. We want nothing more than to assist our agents with growing their own business and providing the service their clients expect in a real estate transaction,” said Ms. Coleman.

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