Berkshire Hathaway’s real estate brand, Intero, a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire’s HomeServices of America, Inc., has issued a number of announcements for the month of November. They include: Intero has formally acquired the Intero San Jose Almaden franchise office from Brian and Diane McDermott. The office, located at 5580 Almaden Expressway San Jose, CA 95118, is home to more than 60 agents and will be the third Intero company owned location in San Jose.
Other announcements include:
• Hiring industry veteran Scott Chase to lead the Los Altos office. Scott has more than 15 years of experience and most recently was the regional sales manager at Opes Advisors. Scott has a business philosophy that centers on planning and continuous improvement in skills, systems and teams to take care of our customers’ concerns around real estate. He will take over the reins from John Thompson, who will focus on his duties of Chief Culture Officer to drive the company’s community and philosophy.
• Opening a new Burlingame office led by Lana Morin Pierce. Located at 200 Park Road Burlingame, CA 94010, the office is home to more than 35 agents.
• Opening a new Downtown Gilroy office led by William Chea. Located at 7652 Monterey Road Gilroy, CA 95020, the office is slated to officially open on November 30th and will house the 36 agents that currently reside at the First Street office.
“Here at Intero, we are constantly evolving and shifting to keep ahead of the competition,” said Tom Tognoli, Intero President & Chief Executive Officer. “We are very happy about the acquisition of the San Jose Almaden office, as this will help us better service our growing demand in Almaden Valley and beyond. We are thrilled to have Scott Chase join our leadership team as we know he will bring a bolt of energy to our entire organization. We are also excited about our new offices in Burlingame and Gilroy, which will provide a perfect space to serve both our agents and clients.”
© 2018 David Mazor
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