Local broker launches new initiative for young agents
VAIL — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties has announced the formation of a local REthink Council, an initiative that will bring together innovative young brokers, top producing brokers and affiliates across the real estate market.
The council aims to bridge communication gaps with agents, affiliates and consumers of all ages and provide feedback to company leadership. Through regular meetings and events, the council will create opportunities for robust discussion and networking among peers.
“The younger generations add to the dynamic future of residential real estate,” said Michael Slevin, broker and owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. “The object of the REthink Council is to better understand this important group and define ways to best serve its members.”
The Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties REthink Council is part of a larger national initiative to promote leadership among its network; bridge generational communication gaps with agents, brokers and consumers; recruit and retain younger agents; and identify consumer trends in local markets across the country.
The local REthink Council will work with National Council members to inspire Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices agents both in the Vail Valley area and nationwide. Local REthink Council members include: Jill Bossow, Jeffrey Cloonan, Marla Hillerich, Crystal Jay (CJ), Timm Kluender, Steve Michonski, Scooter Slaughter, Renee Stracka, Valerie Valene and Mark Weinreich.
“Success breeds success. This group of top producers and savvy younger brokers has already generated some great ideas to help improve our current business practices and define future goals,” said Bossow, vice president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. “We are looking forward to the future of what the REthink Council will contribute on both a local and national level.”
For more information, call 970-476-2482.