MRIS is pleased to announce that its President and CEO David Charron was named to The Daily Record’s 2014 list of Influential Marylanders. The 53 honorees were selected by the editors of The Daily Record for their significant contributions to their respective fields and for their leadership in Maryland in the following areas: civic leadership, communications, education, finance, freestyle, health care, law, philanthropy, real estate and technology.
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MRIS CEO David Charron Named to The Daily Record’s Influential Marylanders List
MRIS Leaders Listed Among Swanepoel’s Most Powerful People in Real Estate
MRIS congratulates its Chairman of the Board Jon Coile and many other regional leaders for being recognized on the 1st annual Swanepoel Power 200 List. The 2013 Swanepoel Power 200 is one of the most comprehensive lists of powerful key decision makers, trailblazers, influencers and innovators in the residential real estate brokerage industry. The Swanepoel ranks are based on benchmarks and algorithms that take into account a number of factors including the individual’s personal influence, industry tenure, decision-making power, growth potential and other key contributions.
MRIS Releases 2013’s Top 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold in the Baltimore Metro Area
MRIS announced the top ten most expensive homes sold in the Baltimore, MD metro area in 2013. MRIS defines the Baltimore metro area to include Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County. The most expensive homes in Baltimore’s metro ranged from $5.9 million to $3.3 million and are located exclusively in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties. In comparison, 2012’s most expensive home was sold for $5.1 million.
MRIS Releases 2013’s Top 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area
MRIS announced the top ten most expensive homes sold in the Washington, D.C. metro area in 2013. MRIS defines the D.C. metro area to include Washington D.C.; Alexandria City, Va.; Arlington County, Va.; Fairfax City, Va.; Fairfax County, Va.; Falls Church City, Va.; Montgomery County, Md.; and Prince George’s County, Md. The most expensive homes in Washington’s metro ranged from $12 million to $6.425 million and are located exclusively in Fairfax County and Washington, D.C. In comparison, 2012’s most expensive home was sold for $11 million.
MRIS CEO David Charron Named One of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders of 2013
MRIS is proud to announce that our President and CEO David Charron has been named one of the most influential real estate leaders of the year by Inman News, the nation’s leading source of real estate news. The annual Inman list recognizes the 100 most influential thought leaders and visionaries in real estate. Individuals on the list must embody leadership, innovation, ingenuity, power and persistence in the real estate and technology community. Categories in this year’s Inman 100 include: brokers, technologists, trade group and multiple listing service representatives, economists, consultants, bloggers and social media influencers.
MRIS CEO David Charron to Moderate MLS Success Panel at Inman’s Real Estate Connect
MRIS announced today that its President and CEO David Charron will lead the conversation for the MLS Success Track panels at Inman’s Real Estate Connect in New York, NY. Real Estate Connect, hosted by Inman News from Jan. 15-17, brings together the nation’s real estate thought leaders to discuss the top issues and new technology affecting the real estate industry. Real estate professionals will examine the new business landscape as technology moves the industry towards a “partnership economy”.
MRIS Launches Marketing Center Powered by Imprev
MRIS has launched the MRIS Marketing Center, powered by Imprev. With the MRIS Marketing Center, real estate professionals can quickly create high quality, professionally designed marketing materials for their residential sale and rental listings with information and photos imported directly from MRIS’s listing input tool, Keystone. Buyer’s agents can also use the MRIS Marketing Center to promote themselves and create marketing collateral for former, current and potential clients.
MRIS Cares Announces Lead Sponsorship for the Run For Shelter Race
MRIS is proud to announce it is once again the lead sponsor of the 3rd Annual Run For Shelter 5K/10K and Fun Run. The run, benefiting Carpenter’s Shelter, will be held at 8 am on November 23rd in Alexandria, Virginia. As a run sponsor, MRIS Cares contributes support to Carpenter’s Shelter, Northern Virginia’s largest homeless shelter serving over 1,000 homeless children and adults each year. Carpenter’s Shelter provides these individuals with shelter, guidance, and education to live as independently as possible. Run For Shelter, held during National Homeless Awareness Month, is the only race in Alexandria dedicated to ending homelessness.
MRIS Announces Winner of 2nd Annual Adam D. Cockey, Jr. Community Leadership Award
MRIS has announced the winner of the second annual Adam D. Cockey, Jr. Community Leader Award. MRIS presented the award to Alfred B. “Tim” Kagan, Jr., REALTOR® at Benson & Mangold, LLC, at a ceremony at the MRIS headquarters Thursday. Named after former MRIS Chairman of the Board, Adam D. Cockey, Jr., for dedicating over 40 years to philanthropic efforts, the award honors real estate professionals who have demonstrated an unsurpassed commitment to community service and activism.
MRIS Releases 2013 Homebuyer & Seller Survey
MRIS has released the results from its 2013 Homebuyer & Seller survey featuring responses from over 1,100 real estate professionals within MRIS’s geographic footprint, including Washington D.C., Baltimore, Northern Virginia, and parts of West Virginia and Pennsylvania, focusing on the pulse of homebuyers and sellers in their regions.