United Real Estate’s rapid and substantial growth, as well as our near-term growth prospects, require that we remain resolutely focused on executing on our key strategic initiatives. – Rick Haase, President
April 22, 2022
United® Real Estate announces the appointment of Leigh Ann Bogran as Director, Strategic Project Management.
Bogran brings over 15 years of experience in project management, communications and marketing, including seven years in real estate project management and mergers and acquisitions. In her most recent role with LCMC Health, a six-hospital health system in Greater New Orleans, she led her organization’s communications efforts throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and post-crisis recovery. hurricane Ida.
“United Real Estate’s rapid and substantial growth, as well as our near-term growth prospects, require that we remain resolutely focused on executing on our key strategic initiatives. These initiatives and the tactics needed to achieve them are squarely focused on creating massive value for our shareholders and our internal and external stakeholders: our investors, brokers, agents, employees and our growing list of business partners,” said Rick Haase. , President of United Real Estate.
Bogran will work cross-departmentally and cross-functionally to manage multiple projects to advance United’s key strategic initiatives and related projects.
“I am delighted to have been chosen to be part of the United Real Estate team. Over the past few weeks, while talking with our executives, managers and brokers across the country, our conversations have focused on the constant theme, How can we help our agents succeed? Our upcoming national conference in May will be an incredible opportunity for our agents and leadership teams to celebrate their successes over the past two years while hearing about exciting opportunities for the future. I’m happy to be here!” Bogran said.
To learn more about United Real Estate, brokerage succession planning, brokerage valuation, and sales or franchise opportunities, visit GrowWithUnited.com or call 888-960-0606. Agents interested in learning more about career opportunities with United Real Estate can visit JoinUnitedRealEstate.com or call 888-960-0606.
About United Real Estate
United real estate (United) – a division of United Real Estate Group – was founded to provide solutions for real estate brokers and agents in the rapidly changing real estate brokerage industry. United provides the latest training, marketing and technology tools to agents and brokers under a flat-rate, transaction-based agent commission model. By leveraging the company’s proprietary cloud-based Bullseye™ agent and broker productivity platform, United is delivering a more profitable bottom line for agents and brokers. United Real Estate operates in 30 states with 110 offices and over 16,000 agents. The company produced over $21.5 billion in sales volume in 2021.
About United Real Estate Group
United Real Estate Group (UREG) operates United Real Estate and United Country Real Estate, serving the unique needs of the suburban market, large metropolitan urban and rural markets. Using the cloud-based Bullseye™ Agent and Broker Productivity Platform, UREG delivers the latest training, marketing and technology tools producing a significant competitive advantage. The platform realizes a decade-long investment in virtual agent and brokerage technology services and is powered by a data warehouse of 2.1 million listings generating over 3 million monthly visitors and 30,000 leads per year. year. Together, United Real Estate Group supports more than 600 offices and 20,000 real estate and auction professionals on four continents. United Real Estate Group generated more than $27.1 billion in 2021. Through its in-house advertising agency, UREG offers differentiated marketing support and warranties for lifestyle real estate websites. , as well as access to a database of more than 650,000 opt-in buyers. For more information on United Real Estate or United Country Real Estate, please visit UnitedRealEstate.com or UnitedCountry.com.
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