Ryan Schneider is president and CEO of Realogy Holdings Corp., one of the largest full-service residential real estate services companies in the U.S.
Led by Schneider’s vision, Realogy continually strives to better meet the needs of agents, franchisees and, ultimately, consumers. He and his management team recently leveraged the strength of Realogy’s size, scale and brands in new ways by launching a spate of new products and partnerships designed to help the company win more listings, drive agent productivity, and grow and retain its agent base.
In the third quarter of 2019 alone, Realogy executed three new high-impact product launches with RealSure, RealVitalize and Exclusive Look. Building on the July launch of TurnKey, Realogy’s innovative collaboration with Amazon, the company also expanded lead generation opportunities with the Realogy Military Rewards program and announced a partnership with AARP that’s set to launch in early 2020.
Other products and partnerships rolled out or expanded under Schneider’s leadership in 2019 include, but are not limited to, Listing Concierge, Social Ad Engine, AgentX, The Learning Platform, Desk and the company’s partnership with AI-focused OJO Labs.
“We believe the things we’re doing on the product side and the technology side, combined with our strength as a company financially, will create a winning formula as the industry goes through consolidation and growth,” says Schneider.
Schneider joined Realogy in late 2017 after nearly 15 years of senior leadership experience at Capital One Financial Corp. He’s also a member of Realogy’s board of directors.
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