Real Estate Management and Development
Company Overview of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. provides residential and commercial real estate and related financial services in the Mid-Atlantic region. It offers services the areas of buying, such as real estate search and relocation services; assistance in selling properties; renting services, such as finding residential and vacation rental properties; mortgage financing services; and owning services, such as maintaining and upgrading homes. The company also provides personal, health, life, commercial, and home warranty insurance services, as well as mortgage, title, and insurance services. Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. was founded in 1968 and is based in Chantilly, Virginia. The company has additiona...
14501 George Carter Way
Chantilly, VA 20151
Founded in 1968
Key Executives for Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
Founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of The Long & FosterÂ®
President and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of Prosperity Home Mortgage and President of Long & Foster® Companies Affiliated Businesses
President of Long & Foster Settlement Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. Key Developments
The Long & Foster Companies Appoints Terrence P. Dwyer as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Effective Jan. 2, 2015
Dec 31 14
The Long & Foster Companies has hired Terrence “Terry” P. Dwyer as its new senior vice president and chief information officer, effective Jan. 2, 2015. Dwyer brings 27 years of information technology experience to the position, with 14 of those years spent in the real estate industry. Dwyer comes to Long & Foster after running his own Dwyer & Associates, where he assisted clients in IT planning, organization transformation, operations excellence and governance.
Long & Foster Real Estate Announces Executive Appointments
Dec 15 14
Long & Foster Real Estate has added to its leadership team in the Annapolis, Md., region. Kathy Davis, a real estate executive with over 25 years of experience, has been named the new Vice President of Business Development, and Christopher Ducey, a real estate sales and management professional for nearly 15 years, has been appointed as the Director of Business Development. Davis and Ducey will work alongside Dan Early, the current manager of Long & Foster’s three locations in Annapolis. A lifelong Annapolitan, Davis brings to her new position a wealth of expertise in real estate sales and management in the Annapolis area. She comes to Long & Foster from a competing local firm, where she managed a team of 85 Realtors to a prominent position in the market and within their franchise brokerage. In that role, Davis implemented marketing strategies to increase brand awareness for her agents and to help their clients accomplish their real estate objectives. Ducey also has a wealth of experience in residential real estate, including high-end and vacation properties. He began his career in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where he focused on luxury waterfront communities before moving to the Annapolis area in 2011. At that point, Ducey joined Davis’ brokerage, where he established a successful real estate sales career before transitioning to management about three years ago. Most recently, he managed a competing brokerage in Crofton, Md. There, Ducey built a productive sales force and further honed his own business development skills, which he will rely on in his new role with Long & Foster. In their new roles, Davis and Ducey will help Long & Foster’s agents to build business and marketing strategies and support overall sales development efforts.
Long & Foster Appoints Dave Conord as Vice President of Professional and Leadership Development
Nov 24 14
Long & Foster appointed Dave Conord as vice president of professional and leadership development.
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